We're aware of an email circulating, posing as NPCC, with a summons to court.
Widespread changes to policing were made public today as national police leaders release their response to the Hillsborough Families Report.
The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) and the Forensic Science Regulator (FSR) have now concluded their reviews into Synlab Laboratory Services Limited’s (Synlab) analysis of drug driving samples, specifically Section 5A Road Traffic Act toxicology testing for controlled drugs.
The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) has released a report today saying that imagery of primary school aged children sexually abusing themselves on camera has soared by more than 1,000 per cent since 2019. Below, DCC Ian Critchley responds to these findings and details how police are working to tackle this type of offending.
Police forces in England and Wales will adopt a new tactic for tackling serious and organised crime, after early signs of success by pilot forces.
All police officers and staff in England and Wales will be checked against the Police National Database (PND) to identify any intelligence or allegations that need further investigation.
This will help identify anyone who has slipped through the net before vetting standards were toughened and ensure those who are unfit to serve can be rooted out.
Statement issued by the National Police Chiefs' Council Chair regarding guilty pleas from serving Met Police officer, David Carrick
NPCC Lead for Children and Young Persons, T/DAC Catherine Roper, responds to a report into police officers in schools
Police officers, staff and volunteers from forces across the country have been recognised in His Majesty The King's first ever New Year’s Honours List.
Ahead of New Year’s Eve parties, police are reiterating advice on what to do if you or someone you know may have been spiked – report to the police and get tested by them quickly.
Operation Calibre, the national police campaign to personal robbery, took place from Saturday 10 December to Saturday 17 December 2022, has seen over 350 arrests made.