Academy News

Safer Streets Specialised Workshop

The Police Crime Prevention Academy is offering specialised support to Police & Crime Commissioners (PCCs) in England and Wales who have been successful with their Safer Streets Fund bids.

Officers from eight police forces undertake Level 4 Crime Prevention qualification

Officers from eight police forces across the country are amongst the latest to undertake the accredited Level 4 Certificate in Crime Prevention for Practitioners qualification delivered by the Police Crime Prevention Academy.

Distinguished academic educates officers on CPTED

A distinguished academic has been working with the Police Crime Prevention Academy in the delivery of an accredited specialist crime prevention qualification for West Yorkshire Police staff.

Lancashire Constabulary PCSO Coaches undertake crime prevention qualification

Lancashire Constabulary are continuing to improve the service it offers to the public by investing in an accredited crime prevention qualification for its officers.

Safer Streets Fund

Support for successful Safer Streets Fund bids

The Police Crime Prevention Academy is offering specialised support to Police & Crime Commissioners (PCCs) in England and Wales who have been successful with their Safer Streets Fund bids.

West Midlands Police

West Midlands Police staff praised after attaining specialist crime prevention qualifications

West Midlands Police Design Out Crime manager Mark Silvester has paid tribute to a number of the force’s staff who have successfully completed specialist accredited crime prevention qualifications through the Police Crime Prevention Academy.

Oxford Crime Prevention

Diploma for Crime Prevention Design Advisor at the University of Oxford

Lesley Nesbitt, Crime Prevention Design Advisor (CPDA) at the University of Oxford, has gained the Police Crime Prevention Academy’s Level 5 Diploma in Crime Prevention – Designing Out Crime. This is the recognised qualification for police Designing Out Crime Officers (DOCOs) as well as those in roles that involve providing specialist advice on the subject.

BCRP manager first to achieve distance learning qualification

A Business Crime Reduction Partnership (BCRP) manager from south London has become the first person to successfully achieve the Police Crime Prevention Academy’s recently launched Mental Health Awareness First Aid Awareness qualification, which is accessible as distance learning.

Academy adds to distance learning portfolio

The Police Crime Prevention Academy has recently added to its portfolio of distance learning qualifications which can be achieved without the need to be away from home or work.

Academy & Met collaborate for Level 5 designing out crime qualification

The Police Crime Prevention Academy and the Met Police are working together on an initiative which will enable officers to convert existing College of Policing or Home Office Crime Reduction Centre courses into an accredited qualification.

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