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Signing up to police learning programme that 'professionalises the professionals'

University to work with five forces to provide officer education.

From left, Professor Peter Vaughan, director of strategic projects, policing and Security at USW; Helen Martin, academic subject manager for policing and security at USW; Professor Julie Lydon, vice-chancellor of USW; Professor Jonathan Crego, who developed the Hydra Minerva system used to train police officers at USW; head of school Dr James Gravelle; and Hannah Coombs, academic manager for operational policing

From left, Professor Peter Vaughan, director of strategic projects, policing and Security at USW; Helen Martin, academic subject manager for policing and security at USW; Professor Julie Lydon, vice-chancellor of USW; Professor Jonathan Crego, who developed the Hydra Minerva system used to train police officers at USW; head of school Dr James Gravelle; and Hannah Coombs, academic manager for operational policing

Date - 22nd May 2019
By - Nick Hudson - Police Oracle
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New police recruits are heading back to the classroom to gain landmark qualifications as educational institutions bid to “further professionalise” the service. More than 2,000 student officers across a geographical area that covers a...
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