Academy News

Academy works with the London Borough of Tower Hamlets

The Academy is delighted about the opportunity to work with the London Borough of Tower Hamlets in January and February 2022 following an initial enquiry by the Council’s Project Lead for Community Safety Transformation.

Academy & CCW preventing & reducing farming & rural crime

The Academy welcomed the opportunity to work with Cambridgeshire Countryside Watch (CCW) in January 2022 to support the focus of the group of preventing and reducing opportunities for farming and rural crime across that county.

Academy welcomes delegates onto a national Level 4 accredited crime prevention qualification

Nineteen delegates from across the UK and from a range of professional backgrounds have come together to undertake the Level 4 Certificate in Crime Prevention for Practitioners accredited qualification offered by the Academy.  

Digital investigative skills now offered by Police Crime Prevention Academy thanks to Blue Lights Digital

The Police Crime Prevention Academy announces today that it can assist police forces and other organisations in the highly specialist fields of digital forensics and digital investigations.

Academy contributes to crime prevention at the Commonwealth Games

The Academy was delighted to have the opportunity to deliver a Level 4 crime prevention accredited qualification for West Midlands Police officers involved in the Vendor Certification Scheme for the Commonwealth Games Birmingham 2022.

Academy helps in re-building community crime prevention capacity

The Academy is working with the Plymouth City Council and Devon and Cornwall Police in December 2021 and January 2022 to deliver community crime prevention events for local residents in the Keyham area.

Academy invited to provide further training support to NaCTSO

The Academy was delighted to accept an invitation at the start of December 2021 to provide a focused crime prevention input to NaCTSO delegates on their induction day for the Counter Terrorism Security Advisor Foundation Course.

Academy welcomes delegates onto the national Level 5 designing out crime qualification delivery

The Academy has commenced the national delivery of the accredited Level 5 national qualification this month (December 2021) and welcomed 12 delegates from across the UK with many of them having previously completed other accredited qualifications with the Academy.  

MPS return to the Academy

Metropolitan Police Service officers going forward to become Designing Out Crime Officers started their learner journey with the Academy this month, undertaking an accredited Level 3 crime prevention qualification which provides a foundation for them to undertake the accredited Level 5 designing out crime qualification later in the year.

BTP DOCOs access Designing Out Crime qualification

British Transport Police (BTP) Designing Out Crime Officers (DOCO's), led by the Design Out Crime Manager, have started with the Academy on a distance learning pathway to achieve the Level 5 designing out crime qualification.