LGBT Network Annual Report
The National LGBT Police Network have recently published their Annual Report, linked below.
It includes input from the Association’s LGBT representative on the National Executive Committee, Clinton Blackburn, who also represents the LGBT Network’s SE region.
LGBT Police Network Annual Report 2017
Superintendents: ask the public what they want their police to do
The body that represents senior operational police leaders says the public must now be asked what it wants and expects from the police service.
Policing then needs enough funding to properly carry out this role, said Gavin Thomas, President of the Police Superintendents’ Association of England and Wales.
Chief Superintendent Thomas...
Places funded for young LGBT leaders' programme
The Police Superintendents' Association of England and Wales is funding two places on on this year's Stonewall Young Leaders Programme.
Applications are open to anyone aged 18-25 working in policing in England and Wales including BTP, CNC and the Isle of Man Police.
The programme is...
Supts: "Separate performance from misconduct"
Police officers who make genuine mistakes should not be lumped in with the bad apples when it comes to discipline, the Police Federation of England and Wales’ annual conference has heard.
Presenting at the Conference session 'Moving from discipline to performance', Victor Marshall, PSAEW professional standards...
Campaign launched to honour fallen officers
A major national campaign has launched to raise funds to build a new UK Police Memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum (NMA) in Staffordshire.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd said:
“Every day, our police officers and staff go out to work not knowing what they might face,...