The government has published its response to consultation about how new minimum service levels legislation will work in fire and rescue services. Basing it on appliance availability has been strongly criticised by the firefighters union, the FBU.
The College of Policing (COP) has launched a new Code of Ethics which sets out the professional behaviours that the public can expect to see from officers, staff and volunteers.
The Government does not know if it is making the UK more resilient to flooding warns the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) as it criticised the government for having no overall numerical target for the UK’s level of long-term flood resilience.
NHS England has issued a brief update on expectations and priorities for 2024/25.
Violence Reduction Units (VRUs) have helped prevent 3,220 hospital admissions for violent injury since they were introduced in 2019, a new report has revealed.
Home Secretary James Cleverly has appointed Tony Eastaugh as the new Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner
Future police officers are being trained to better understand disability hate crime through a unique partnership between Nottingham Trent University (NTU) and Dimensions.
The Home Office has published its response to a consultation on a wide range of reforms to the fire and rescue service including its position on governance, pay and conditions and operational independence of chief fire officers.
One year on, the Government has published an update on progress on the ambitions set out in the National Resilience Framework.
Home secretary James Cleverly joined police leaders at their annual conference to give his first speech since taking on the role.