The Police Foundation’s Strategic Review of Policing in England and Wales, published last year, set out a long-term strategic vision for a police service capable of meeting the challenges of the 21st century, as part of a public safety system.
The Strategic Review argues that effective leadership at all levels is a critical condition for enabling policing to meet the public safety demands of the future. The Review’s recommendations include proposals that the College of Policing should establish a Police Leadership Centre which would promote the learning and development of police leaders at all levels, from Sergeants to Chief Constables.
Since the report was published the College of Policing put forward plans for the National Centre for Police Leadership, which will “set standards for all levels of leadership and provide a host of guidance, tools and resources to support development for everyone in policing.”
We are convening a roundtable discussion of experts and stakeholders to consider what good policing leadership looks like and whether and how the College of Policing’s newly created National Centre of Police Leadership will help to achieve this.
Confirmed speakers include:
Ray Clare – Head of Education and Professional Development, College of Policing
Dame Sara Thornton – Professor of Practice in Modern Slavery Policy at the University of Nottingham
Dr Claire Davis – Lecturer in Criminology at Leicestershire University
We would be delighted if you could join us.
Date: 11th July 2023
Venue: The Foundry, 17 Oval Way, London, SE11 5RR