A second group of officers from the Isle of Man Constabulary are underway with their accredited Level 4 crime prevention qualification facilitated by the Academy.
West Yorkshire Police Principal Crime Prevention Officer HQ and colleagues are now undertaking the Level 4 Certificate in Crime Prevention for Practitioners accredited qualification with the Academy following in the footsteps of colleagues who started this same qualification with the Academy in September 2020.
An event facilitated by the Police Crime Prevention Academy and hosted by Easton College has seen officers and staff from Norfolk Constabulary adding to their crime prevention capabilities to support Norfolk’s rural and farming communities.
The Community Services team from the London Borough of Camden council joined the Street Team Manager from The Welcome People who provide a street service for the Baker Street Quarter Partnership BID area in undertaking an accredited level 3 crime prevention qualification.
Norfolk Constabulary worked with the Academy to support 25 officers and staff in undertaking an accredited Level 3 crime prevention qualification in June 2021.
Lancashire Constabulary has invested in their officers and staff through another local delivery of an accredited Level 3 crime prevention qualification.
Delegates from Tees and Hartlepool Harbour Police started their Level 3 crime prevention qualification this month with the Academy. Joining the Harbour Police delegates were two problem solving officers from Cleveland Police.
The Academy worked with Merseyside Police and with the North Birkenhead Development Trust in March and May 2021 to provide local delivery as an element of a successful HO Safer Streets Fund bid by Wirral Council.
The Academy welcomed delegates from across both the public and private sectors, as well as international delegates, to its recent delivery of the accredited Level 4 crime prevention qualification.