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The Police Crime Prevention Academy is an established provider of training for everyone, including security managers and their teams, operating at a wide variety of locations across the UK. 

Academy qualification pays immediate dividends

A specialist trained PolSA police officer who recently undertook the Police Crime Prevention Academy’s Level 3 Introduction to Crime Prevention qualification has fed back how his newly acquired crime prevention knowledge paid immediate dividends during a weapons search.

Derbyshire Constabulary choose Police Crime Prevention Academy

Derbyshire Constabulary is working with the Academy to upskill their PCSO supervisors to achieve a Level 4 ‘Crime Prevention for Practitioners’ qualification which will assist them in reducing crime, victims, and demand on the police within the Derbyshire force area, as a key element of their crime prevention strategy. 

Met Police become first to have police training course endorsed by Academy

The Metropolitan Police Service have become the first ever police force to have a training course endorsed by the Police Crime Prevention Academy, having been scrutinised by the Academy and endorsed as fit and proper training providers in the delivery of the Drug Expert Witness training.

The Academy support Telford and Wrekin Council

The Anti-Social Behaviour Team and the Safer Stronger Team of Telford and Wrekin Council came together to undertake the Level 4 Certificate in Crime Prevention for Practitioners during October 2022.  

Academy supports National Problem Solving Conference 2022

Police CPI were the sponsors of this years’ National Problem Solving Conference, held between 17th and 19th October at the Hilton at St George’s Park, Burton Upon Trent. 

Royal Navy Police return to the Academy

The Royal Navy Police has again chosen the Academy as its preferred provider for their officers to undertake the Level 4 Crime Prevention qualification.  

Building Capacity Within Gloucestershire Constabulary

The Academy have assisted the new Gloucestershire Constabulary line manager for Designing Out Crime and Crime Prevention and their team, by delivering a Level 3 Crime Prevention vocational qualification at their force headquarters.  

Exeter and the Academy take innovative approach to preventing crime

Exeter City Council and the University Of Exeter have joined up with the Police Crime Prevention Academy to offer Council staff and University Community Engagement Officers the opportunity to take the Level 3 qualification ‘Introduction to Crime Prevention’. 

Academy delivers national Level 4 Crime Prevention qualification

In September the Police Crime Prevention Academy welcomed new Crime Prevention Officers from Durham Constabulary, Hertfordshire Constabulary and Nottinghamshire Police as well as representatives from West Midlands Police, Colmore Business Improvement District and an independent fire safety consultant, to the national delivery of our Level 4 qualification ‘Crime Prevention for Practitioners’.