From over 80 applications to the 2016-17 College Bursary from 28 forces, 26 were awarded financial support for their academic study. Following the success of this year’s scheme, the College will be launching a new bursary for members in 2017/18.
Academics from London (UCL) and Australia (Australian National University) have developed a Cost Benefit Tool for the What Works Centre for Crime Reduction, as part of the work delivered by the Commissioned Partnership Programme.
The College of Policing is piloting a new approach to developing national guidance. The What Works Standards development team outline the key principles, introduce the two chosen topic areas and invite you to contribute to the pilot process.
Dr Ian Hesketh and Jenny Kodz from the College of Policing, discuss some of the sleep issues related to policing and the growing body of research evidence on the potential benefits of mindfulness.
The Government recently introduced integrity reforms to address issues in the misconduct system. Ray Marley, Policing Standards Manager from the College of Policing discusses the new system and possible areas for research.
Andrew Millie is Professor of Criminology at Edge Hill University. This research project on volunteers in policing was originally shared on the Policing and Crime Reduction Map.
David Mann from the College research team examines the numbers surrounding Christmas from a research and statistics perspective.
#RU2Drunk is an intervention based on security staff using breathalysers to restrict access to pubs and clubs for people who have already had too much to drink.