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Showing Stories from 7th February 2020 to 26th February 2021
Future leaders need new skills and be 'less risk-averse'

Future leaders need new skills and be 'less risk-averse'

(26/02/21) Chief constables will need a wider skillset to meet future challenges, senior leaders have warned.

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(29/10/20) Uplift recruitment ahead of target says Home Office (15/09/20) Ministry of Justice confirms two year jail for assaults (09/09/20) New approach needed to find leaders says College of Policing (08/09/20) Parliament will protect covenant, Home Secretary promises (08/09/20) Hewitt reveals 'concerning' court delays stretching into 2022 (08/09/20) Releasing video clips won't win social media war, Met deputy warns (08/09/20) Don't use savings to fund uplift superintendents will warn Patel (02/09/20) PC Harper's widow 'encouraged' law will change after meeting Patel (18/08/20) Working group set up to raise awareness of pension compensation (10/08/20) Remote working 'new normal' with improved information sharing (04/08/20) Lone star cyclist Paul Griffiths smashes charity target (29/07/20) PSA President braves punctures and pain for epic charity cycle
Government offers 2.5% pay rise

Government offers 2.5% pay rise

(21/07/20) The government has offered a 2.5% pay rise to police officers in England and Wales – exactly half what the leaders of frontline officers had asked for. But the Fed has called it "a step in the right direction".

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(17/07/20) PSA President set for 950-mile ride for Police Memorial (05/06/20) Next stage in pay talks set for July (27/05/20) Superintendents back Police Covenant to mark centenary (18/05/20) Oscar Kilo urges force managers to focus on mental health (14/05/20) Sussex superintendent to lead on disability issues (10/05/20) Policing lockdown 'impossible' without clarity PM warned (08/05/20) Lockdown change could impact on police PPE supplies, ministers warned
Retention of experienced officers is a priority, Home Office says

Retention of experienced officers is a priority, Home Office says

(06/05/20) Home Office claims the rate of those leaving voluntarily before the normal retirement age is now 2%.

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(04/05/20) Dorset recruits equality champion as new assistant chief constable (23/04/20) Comment: Policing by consent matters (07/04/20) Abridged training for probationers agreed between Home Office and CoP (16/03/20) NBPA condemns Met 'witch hunt' after Williams dismissal (18/02/20) Interview: In the Blue Corner - Apter is ready for pay round (12/02/20) Superintendents' lead joins College of Policing board (07/02/20) Analysis: The pay battle begins
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