‘Home Secretary, I say it is time to move on’
Police Superintendents’ Association Annual Conference – Day 2 Round Up
In a keynote speech to conference, Derek Barnett, President of the Superintendents’ Association told Theresa May yesterday that ’officers feel under attack and unjustly criticised‘
Mr Barnett said: ‘It is time to send a clear message that the Government cares about policing – that it understands officer’s fears and concerns’ .
For full session involving speeches from Mr Barnett and Mrs May, click here
NCA will be visible crime fighting agency, not a British FBI
Director General of the National Crime Agency Keith Bristow told the annual conference that the public must have confidence that the service is getting a grip of serious crime.
Mr Bristow said that the NCA will bring a specialist, high level capability to support policing across the country.
For the full speech and questions and answers click here
‘We are ahead of the game in policing on transparency’
Simon Cole, Chief Constable of Leicester Constabulary, told the conference that ‘familiarity breeds consent’ in a session on the new landscape of policing.
The session also featured speeches on the new College of Policing and upcoming Police and Crime Commissioners.
To see the full session, see here