The National Police Chiefs’ Council has responded to the findings of a super-complaint into how police deal with cases involving ethnic minority victims of sexual abuse, including those at risk of honour-based abuse.
Police chiefs have reaffirmed their determination to ensure an anti-racist police service after 1,600 Black and Black heritage officers and staff across 44 forces gave their views on what it’s like to be a Black person in policing.
The change we all so desperately want to see in investigating and prosecuting rape will be built on fixing the problems in our current approach. Today’s research findings from a landmark collaboration between academics and the police lays these flaws bare and in places is hard to read – but it is a critical step in achieving our ambition of wholescale change.
The head of UK Football Policing has praised fans who travelled to the World Cup in Qatar for their exemplary behaviour throughout the tournament.
Operation Calibre, a new initiative to tackle personal robbery, launched on Saturday 10 December and will continue until Saturday 17 December. The national operation is part of intensified efforts to crack down on personal robbery.
Familial domestic homicides increase, and scale of victim suicides revealed for first time
Police chiefs have welcomed today’s constructive meeting with the Prime Minister and Home Secretary to discuss the response to criminal activism involved in some protest movements.
The publication of HMICFRS’s inspection of the use of digital forensics by the police and other agencies in criminal investigations is welcomed by the National Police Chief’s Council.
Outstanding acts of bravery by the public were celebrated at The National Police Chiefs’ Council’s (NPCC) annual Police Public Bravery Awards last night (28 November).
The National Police Chiefs' Council has issued a statement following a super-complaint on stalking, submitted by the Suzy Lamplugh Trust, on behalf of the National Stalking Consortium.
Operation Sceptre, the national police campaign to tackle knife crime, took place from Monday 14 November to Sunday 20 November 2022, has seen over 7,000 knives removed from our streets.