The Metropolitan Police Service are leading the way in investing in crime prevention qualifications for their staff, with a further twelve officers undertaking the Level 3 Introduction to Crime Prevention qualification delivered by the Police Crime Prevention Academy.
Five police forces, a Civil Service Security Team and Warwickshire County Council are the latest organisations to have their staff undertake accredited crime prevention qualifications from The Police Crime Prevention Academy.
Officers from Dyfed-Powys Police have been presented with their Crime Prevention qualification certificates from the force’s Head of Uniformed Policing this week.
South Yorkshire Police are leading the way in partnership working, investing in crime prevention qualifications for staff in a local multi-agency safety partnership.
The Police Crime Prevention Academy have become APSE (Association for Public Service Excellence) Approved Partners. Established in 2017, the Police Crime Prevention Academy delivers accredited qualifications in the field of Problem Solving, Crime Prevention and Designing Out Crime in the UK.
Peter McCall, Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), has funded Crime Prevention qualifications for 60 Police Community Support Officers (PSCOs), provided by the Police Crime Prevention Academy.
Northern Ireland is making a significant investment in crime prevention, supporting staff from their Policing and Community Safety Partnerships (PCSPs) in obtaining a Level 3 Introduction to Crime Prevention Award, an accredited qualification delivered by the Police Crime Prevention Academy.
Officers from the Metropolitan Police Service have become some of the first to undertake a Level 5 Diploma in Crime Prevention – Designing Out Crime, part of the new generation of accredited qualifications in crime prevention and designing out crime provided by the Police Crime Prevention Academy.
The Police Crime Prevention Academy have been delivering their accredited crime prevention qualifications to police officers from across the UK this month.
Police Crime Prevention Initiatives (PCPI) Crime Prevention Academy have been working with the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) Crime Prevention Unit to provide delivery of the first accredited crime prevention qualification for PSNI officers and staff.