Officers from Policing and Community Safety Partnerships (PCSPs) in Northern Ireland recently embarked on an accredited Level 4 Certificate in Crime Prevention qualification with the Police Crime Prevention Academy.
The Head of Security and Campus Safety for the University of Essex has taken up the Academy’s exclusive offer for AUCSO (Association of Chief Security Officers) members to support his team in accessing an accredited level 2 Award in Diversity and Inclusion.
Lancashire Constabulary are investing in their Neighbourhood Teams by working with the Academy to provide access to three of the accredited Distance Learning qualifications that are on offer.
Designing Out Crime Officers (DOCO’s) representing eleven police forces are amongst the latest to undertake the accredited Level 5 Diploma in Crime Prevention – Designing Out Crime, delivered by the Police Crime Prevention Academy.
The Business Crime Advisor for Warwickshire County Council has recently achieved the accredited Level 4 Certificate in Crime Prevention for Practitioners qualification, one of the increasing number of local authority officers choosing to access qualifications and courses offered by the Academy.
The Academy is delighted to have facilitated one of the Bobby Van operatives in the Dorset Police force area in achieving the accredited Level 4 crime prevention qualification.
The Academy are delighted to be working with Cumbria Constabulary to provide formal training for practitioners in problem solving as well as promoting problem solving techniques across the whole force.
The Academy’s national delivery in March 2021 of the accredited Level 5 Diploma in Crime Prevention-Designing Out Crime qualification attracted delegates from a wide range of Home Office forces as well as British Transport Police.