Government prioritises wellbeing and mental health of officers in new package to support police

The Front Line Review has seen the Home Office engage directly with police officers and staff for more than a year to discover their ideas for change and improvement in policing. In a report published on 10 July, the...

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Procurement professionals under pressure to procure at lowest price, says report

More than half (59%) of procurement professionals working for blue light and other public...

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ŠKODA Kodiaq vRS converted to a pursuit car for UK police forces

The ŠKODA Kodiaq vRS, the most powerful SUV ever built by ŠKODA, has been...

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Interim Chair appointed to East of England Ambulance Service

NHS England and NHS Improvement has announced the appointment of Nigel Beverley as Interim...

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West Yorkshire Police includes degree as part of new recruitment pathway

Three hundred new police officers are being recruited by West Yorkshire Police, and for...

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Police Constables can now join Met Police in a part-time role

In what is believed to be a UK policing first, the Metropolitan Police Service...

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Women in emergency services sector invited to apply for leadership scholarship

Women currently working in the emergency services have the opportunity to register their interest...

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