Monthly Archives: October 2015

#oldbillrebuilt TEDx and beyond!

#oldbillrebuilt Yesterday saw the first EVER police TEDx event held at the Park Plaza Hotel in Leeds. I can’t tell you how lucky I feel to have attended such a brilliant event and actually I could write all day on … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on the College of Policing’s new APP on Domestic Abuse… by Sofia Graca

he new College of Policing Authorised Police Practice (APP) on domestic violence was published on the 21st of September 2015, seven years after its predecessor, the ACPO’s ‘Guidance on Investigating Domestic Abuse’, was published by NPIA in 2008. One of … Continue reading

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#Degree debate… for what its worth here are some of my initial thoughts…

What a week – #Degree Debate has certainly created some controversy! To be honest even within my role, as the Programme Director for a policing degree which only accepts serving police officers or members of police staff, I have found … Continue reading

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