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South Yorks analyst awarded fellowships

Principal analyst of South Yorkshire Police, Gary Birchall, has been awarded two fellowships in one month.

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Police training for fire fighters
A first of its kind training course was rolled out this month that equips fire officers with the skills to deal with potential hostilities.
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Vehicle recovery scheme a success
Purpose-built facilities for the forensic examination of stolen motor vehicles are contributing to the fight against crime.
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Met honours unsung heroes
Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Ian Blair has paid tribute to the professionalism and dedication of many unsung heroes who worked behind the scenes following the July 2005 London bombings and the Asian Tsunami in a special ceremony.
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Durham officers achieve CLDP
Two Durham Constabulary officers have become the first from the 43 forces in England and Wales to reach a new benchmark for leadership in the police service.
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Policing taught by degree
The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) has entered into partnership with Lancashire Constabulary to launch a Foundation Degree in Policing, believed to be the first in the UK.
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Living values
The National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA) holds a course for those of inspector, chief inspector, newly promoted superintendent ranks and staff equivalents on foundation leadership skills. Offering practical and personal awareness skills, the organisers have also run their first ever conference to identify the big issues and the elements of leadership development that are most valuable to their position across the country. In the first in a series, we look at the role of ethics and the main lessons that can be taken back into the workplace from the leadership foundation.
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Faculty to prepare force for modern crime
Merseyside Chief Constable Bernard Hogan-Howe is determined to make his force the best in the country. Last week’s opening of the Merseyside Police Crime Faculty brought him one step close to achieving that goal.
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Masterclass to train leaders
The West Yorkshire Probation Service is taking steps to turn into a more efficient organisation by providing managers with the tools and skills they need to take a proactive leadership role during times of change.
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City officers save lives
City of London Police officers have received special training to use new life saving equipment.
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