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College of Policing Dec 5
Read Fiona Eldridge’s blog about the recent College conference on the National Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Strategy one year on.
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College of Policing Dec 5
And a big thank you from us.
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SussexPCC Dec 5
This we want to send a massive THANK YOU to all of the amazing people who volunteer for us & for . You do fantastic work & your contributions don’t go unseen ❤️❤️
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College of Policing Dec 5
Please see an update on legal proceedings relating to new officer training:
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Chief Constable Richard Lewis Dec 5
A big thank you goes out today on to our colleagues ⁦⁩ such as ⁦⁩ who volunteer their time to help our communities. We also have a range of other people who volunteer out of uniform. A HUGE thank you to you all
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Thames Valley Police Dec 5
Today is . We'd just like to thank everyone who volunteers at Thames Valley Police. Thank you for helping us keep the communities of Thames Valley safe 🙌
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John Apter Dec 5
A big shout out on to all Special Constables who give their time freely to support policing. My colleagues in the Special Constabulary provide a vital service, thank you for all you do. 👍
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College of Policing Dec 4
FREE Vulnerability event - Spaces are still available at the Your College Vulnerability event on 17 December in Surrey, find out more and book your place!
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College of Policing Dec 2
Don't forget to catch up on this month's Brief. To subscribe, email: brief@college.pnn.police.uk
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College of Policing Nov 29
Replying to @CollegeofPolice
Anyone with information, which could assist the investigation, should call the Anti-Terrorism Hotline on 0800 789 321. Any images or footage should be sent to
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College of Policing Nov 29
The bravery shown by members of the public and police colleagues from and today is humbling. The emergency services have shown true professionalism again. Our thoughts are with all those affected.
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John Apter Nov 29
Please don’t speculate as to what’s going on in London, wait for updates from . Thinking of our colleagues and other emergency responders attending the incident.
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Metropolitan Police Nov 29
Replying to @metpoliceuk
Keep following this Twitter feed for the latest updates on the incident in .
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Metropolitan Police Nov 29
Police were called at 1:58pm to a stabbing at premises near to London Bridge. Emergency services attended, including officers from the Met and . A man has been detained by police. We believe a number of people have been injured. Further info to follow.
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College of Policing Nov 28
Congratulations Karl.
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College of Policing Nov 27
❗️Inspectors (NPPF 2) Examination results❗️ All exam results have been provided to individuals and forces. If you still have not received your results please contact your force exam officer. Thank you for your patience and congratulations to those who passed!
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College of Policing Nov 26
We completely understand that the current system for releasing the results isn’t suitable. We are currently working to update our systems and we will switch to a new one in 2020. This will allow the release of results to be much quicker.
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College of Policing Nov 26
Replying to @si1856
Simon, we know current system for releasing the results isn’t suitable. We are currently working to update our systems and we will switch to a new one in 2020. This will allow the release of results to be much quicker.
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College of Policing Nov 26
We understand, we do. We're working on it.
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College of Policing Nov 26
Replying to @Pcmjm
We completely understand that the current system for releasing the results isn’t suitable. We are currently working to update our systems and we will switch to a new one in 2020. This will allow the release of results to be much quicker.
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