Professional Standards and Ethics National Conference 2016
Professional Standards and Ethics is a hugely significant area of policing that impacts directly on public trust and confidence in the police service of England and Wales.
2016 is one of the most significant years in recent times for this area of policing, with the Police and Crime Bill expected to reform both the complaints system and signal the move from the Independent Police Complaints Commission to the Office of Public Conduct. In addition, 2016 will see implementation of the new vetting code, publication of the latest National Corruption Assessment and the second HMIC Legitimacy inspection.
This major NPCC conference, the first since 2013, will aim to bring delegates up-to-date with a number of key areas for the service and provide the opportunity to debate the key strategic issues impacting on professional standards. There will also be an opportunity for delegates to influence and promote consistency of approach across all aspects of our business; from understanding the impact of the Policing and Crime Bill on the service through to how to address issues around the abuse of police powers to perpetrate sexual violence.
The main plenary speakers and discussion groups will share their knowledge, experience and views to develop a shared understanding of the key challenges and solutions. They will also offer an opportunity to share innovative ideas and good practice to ensure that the police service continues to provide a professional and legitimate service to the public, both now and in the future.
This conference is intended for members of law enforcement agencies, Police and Crime Commissioners, members of the IPCC and Home Office representatives.
The conference will carry full Continuing Professional Development (CPD) accreditation.
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