Academy News

"Dyfed-Powys Police recognise the importance and benefit of crime prevention being pivotal to problem solving"

Officers from Dyfed-Powys Police have been presented with their Crime Prevention qualification certificates from the force’s Head of Uniformed Policing this week.

“Different agencies working together to solve problems and prevent crime is the most effective way forward” - South Yorkshire invests in qualifications for multi-agency safety partnership

South Yorkshire Police are leading the way in partnership working, investing in crime prevention qualifications for staff in a local multi-agency safety partnership.

Police Crime Prevention Academy welcomed as new APSE Approved Partners

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.

Cumbria Police & Commissioner funds Crime Prevention qualifications for PCSOs

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.

Staff from Policing and Community Safety Partnerships across Northern Ireland undertake crime prevention qualifications

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.

“Our Designing Out Crime Officers are all police officers who are passionate about preventing crime and keeping London safe”

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.

“Reducing crime and the number of victims of crime is our upmost priority” - Police Crime Prevention Academy deliver more accredited crime prevention qualifications

The Police Crime Prevention Academy have been delivering their accredited crime prevention qualifications to police officers from across the UK this month.

“We look forward to working with PCPI in the delivery of further prevention training as part of the longer term Crime Prevention Strategy” – PSNI take delivery of their first accredited crime prevention qualification

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.

“The support and training provided will assist them in delivering the best advice to the communities they serve” - An Garda Síochána take delivery of the PCPI accredited Crime Prevention for Practitioners Certificate

The Police Crime Prevention Academy have been working with the National Crime Prevention Unit of An Garda Síochána (AGS) to support the delivery of the first accredited qualification exclusively for Garda Crime Prevention Officers, a Level 4 Certificate in Crime Prevention.

RAF LEAD THE WAY FOR HER MAJESTY'S ARMED FORCES BY BECOMING FIRST TO UNDERTAKE ACCREDITED CRIME PREVENTION QUALIFICATIONS

The Royal Air Force (RAF) have become the first part of the British military to have personnel from their police service undertake accredited crime prevention qualifications to help keep their work premises and living accommodation secure.