In support of Stronger North Stonehouse, part of the Home Office Safer Streets initiative, local community volunteers from Plymouth have taken part in virtual Crime Prevention Workshops, delivered by the Police Crime Prevention Academy in conjunction with Devon and Cornwall Police.
The Academy was delighted to facilitate a recent request from the BPA for two new Area Managers to attend the Safer Parking session on the national delivery of the accredited Level 5 Diploma in Crime Prevention-Designing Out Crime qualification in March 2021.
Staffordshire Police’s Early Intervention & Prevention Unit (EIPU) are the latest to undertake an accredited qualification from the Police Crime Prevention Academy in support of their specialist roles.
Designing Out Crime Officer Trace Rokahr of Humberside Police has successfully achieved the Level 5 Diploma in Designing Out Crime, the recognised qualification both for police Designing Out Crime Officers and for others who deliver designing out crime as part of a specialist role.
The Police Crime Prevention Academy are currently working with the Home Office, providing training with a focus on crime prevention and designing out crime.
Lancashire Constabulary continues to improve the service it offers to local businesses, upskilling its officers in an aim to reduce the level of crime. Recently, Ellis Power, Business Crime Advisor at Lancashire Constabulary, started the accredited Level 4 Certificate in Crime Prevention for Practitioners as part of a national delivery facilitated by the Police Crime Prevention Academy.
The Police Crime Prevention Academy has delivered an accredited Level 4 Certificate in Crime Prevention for Practitioners qualification for the first time to the Royal Navy Police and the Royal Marines Police at the Defence School for Policing and Guarding.
Secured by Design member company Cougar Monitoring recently supported one of their security consultants whilst they undertook the Police Crime Prevention Academy’s Site Security Awareness qualification.
West Yorkshire Police are the latest to enable staff to undertake an accredited qualification from the Police Crime Prevention Academy in support of their specialist role, with their Headquarters Crime Prevention Team and District Crime Prevention Officers working towards a Level 4 Crime Prevention for Practitioners qualification.
Two Oxford City Council officers are the latest candidates to undertake the Police Crime Prevention Academy’s accredited Level 4 Certificate in Crime Prevention qualification, which supports those who provide specialist crime prevention and community safety advice as part of their role.