The Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) brings together the expertise and experience of chief police officers from the United Kingdom, providing a professional forum to share ideas and best practice, co-ordinate resources and help deliver effective policing which keeps the public safe.
Responsibility for dissuading young people from getting involved in extremist activity has to lie with parents
The Home Affairs Committee has released a report today stating that communication between the police, schools and parents is in need of vast improvement if we are to stop young people from travelling to conflict zones.
Public confidence in the police continues to rise
A report released today by the Office of National Statistics shows an increase over the last year in people's confidence that the police are doing a good job and providing a good service to victims of crime
Police agree data sharing protocols with the Community Security Trust and TELL MAMA
In response to the increased community tension threat levels experienced by Jewish and Muslim communities in the UK, police have reached an agreement to share hate crime data with the Community Security Trust (CST) and TELL MAMA.