Consultation outcome

Review of police leadership and training: a consultation

This consultation was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

This consultation has concluded

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Original consultation

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Summary

The consultation sought responses to six specific questions based around the recommendations in the review.

Documents

Review of police leadership and training consultation document

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Review of Police Leadership and Training appendices

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Review of Police Leadership and Training report

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Consultation description

The Home Secretary announced in a written ministerial statement a public consultation on the report of the ‘Review of police leadership and training’, undertaken by Peter Neyroud QPM.

Last year, the Home Secretary asked Peter Neyroud to undertake a review of police leadership and training. The report contains a number of proposals and recommendations including the creation of a chartered professional body for policing that would set standards and ensure accreditation of these, a new delivery body for police leadership and training and a new qualifications framework for policing.

The consultation sought responses to six specific questions based around the recommendations in the review. A summary of submissions to the consultation is now available below.

We would like to thank all parties who participated in the consultation exercise.