The Vulnerability and Violent Crime Programme was launched by the College and the National Police Chiefs' Council last year to create new evidence about the effectiveness of policing initiatives in reducing vulnerability and serious violence.
You can now use the award-winning Crime Reduction Toolkit in two modes: Table and Bubble.
What are the risk factors associated with carrying knives and what strategies can be used to tackle knife crime?
Are you a police practitioner or a trainer who teaches the skills required to support frontline staff to recognise and respond to vulnerability? If so, share your practice with us and help to inform this work.
Multi-agency projects to tackle problems in communities have been recognised at a national awards ceremony
Today, the College is launching the 4th year of its bursary scheme which gives police officers and staff across England and Wales the opportunity to apply for financial support towards their higher education.
Dr Abi Dymond tells us about her experience as an academic on the conflict management guidelines committee and how she is using her expertise to improve use of force reporting
Joanne Traynor is a control room supervisor at Essex Police and is currently a doctoral candidate at Anglia Ruskin University, carrying out a research study on police control rooms. She was a successful College Bursary applicant.