Two police forces from the South-West are the first to undertake the Police Crime Prevention Academy’s recently launched distance learning qualifications, which can be achieved without the need to be away from home or work.
The Police Crime Prevention Academy recently launched a number of distance learning qualifications - qualifications which can be achieved without the need to be away from home or work.
The Isle of Man’s national police service has become the latest to invest in an accredited crime prevention qualification for its officers, in support of the re-launch of Neighbourhood Policing on the island.
The Police Crime Prevention Academy have launched a number of distance learning qualifications, successful completion of which will provide successful candidates with an accredited Level 2 nationally recognised qualification.
A second cohort of officers from Dyfed-Powys Police has completed the accredited Level 4 Certificate in Crime Prevention for Practitioners qualification, demonstrating the commitment of their force to ensuring access to specialist crime prevention across the force area in 2020.
NaVCIS, the National Vehicle Crime Intelligence Service, have been supporting the Police Crime Prevention Academy in the delivery of the Academy’s Level 3 & 4 crime prevention qualifications, to raise awareness of the work that they do tackling vehicle crime connected with the rural, plant, haulage and leisure industries.
Seven police forces, two local authorities and an NHS Trust are the latest organisations from across the UK to be represented at the latest national delivery of an accredited designing out crime qualification by the Police Crime Prevention Academy - the only ProQual approved centre with the exclusive link to Secured by Design.
Staff from four local authorities joined officers from North Yorkshire Police as the Police Crime Prevention Academy delivered an APSE (Association for Public Service Excellence) Safer Communities workshop this month.