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IAWP Annual Training Conference

We have exciting news to share!  The 58th Annual Training Conference of the IAWP will now be held from  September 5 – 9, 2021 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.  This will be our first conference in Asia and you won’t want to miss it.  For further details and to register visit:   http://www.iawp2020indonesia.org

2020 BAWP Awards Event

It is with great regret that the decision has been taken not to proceed with this year’s  BAWP awards and CPD event, booked for 8th and 9th June,   due to the current Covid19 crisis, its  impact on policing and public services and current closure of the venue. The awards team are currently reviewing ideas…
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Proposed Policing Inspection Programme and Framework 2020 to 2021

This consultation asks for your views on HMICFRS’s proposed policing inspection programme for 2020 to 2021, and whether you think we cover the right themes and areas of policing. It seeks your views on changes to the PEEL inspection programme. In particular, we are seeking responses to the following questions: Do the proposed thematic inspections…
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Christine Elliott appointed interim Chair of College of Policing

Christine Elliott has been appointed by the Home Secretary as interim Chair of the College of Policing, following her nomination by the College Board. She takes over the role from outgoing Chair Millie Banerjee. Christine has been a College Non-Executive Director since April 2015. She is the College’s first Senior Independent Director and has chaired…
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2020 Emergency Services Show

Details have now been released for this years Emergency Services Show! The show, which last year featured over 450 exhibiting companies and attracted a total of 8,300 visitors from the police, fire and rescue and ambulance services plus partner agencies, will be returning to the NEC during September, and will this year introduce a new…
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Evening emails and the “always on” culture overwhelm working parents and threaten to sabotage work-life balance improvements, according to annual survey

More than half of parents (58%) are working extra, unpaid hours, as campaigners warn many families and firms are losing fight to keep jobs “human-sized” 48% of working parents say that working from home has increased their workload 44% of working parents feel compelled to dip into work in the evenings Parents in “work mode”…
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Could I Be A Chief Officer?

Hear ACC Debbie Tedds, ACC Kerrin Wilson and Head of Tasking and Coordination Gillian Routledge share their experiences of applying for and undertaking the Strategic Command Course. If you are looking to progress as a senior leader, our Senior leaders hub provides access to information and training to help support, develop and prepare you. Visit…
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HeForShe – UK Policing Gender Equality Summit

Surrey Police came together with all UK police forces this week for a national summit, supported by UN Women, on promoting gender equality. The inaugural UK Policing Gender Equality Summit on 20 November was hosted by Sussex Police, which was the first police force globally to become a thematic champion for the United Nations’ gender…
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Parents/carers and best-practice employers agree that companies should publish their flexible working and family-related policies

New figures from work-life balance charity Working Families [1] show that both parents/carers and best-practice employers alike are overwhelmingly in favour of greater transparency around companies’ flexible working and family-related leave and pay policies. Over 700 parents and carers [2] and 74 Working Families employer members [3] were surveyed. The charity found that: Over 97% of parents and carers surveyed agreed that requiring employers…
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Chief Constable Jo Farrell Appointed to Durham

From a young age, Jo Farrell had always known she wanted to become a police officer and make a difference to people’s lives. After joining Cambridgeshire Constabulary aged 22, she has since spent almost 30 years of her career doing exactly that. Now, as Chief Constable of Durham Constabulary, Jo says she has never been…
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