Impact and Insights Report 2020/21

Delivering unique value to policing and communities

"Policing needs to reflect the communities it serves and Police Now are a shining light in striving to recruit and promote diverse leaders in policing.”

Karen Geddes,
Mission Support Superintendent and Chair of West Midlands Police Black and Asian Policing Association.

POLICE NOW IS UNIQUELY POSITIONED TO SUPPORT POLICING IN THREE CORE AREAS:

WE ARE FOCUSED ON OUR MISSION, AND HELPING POLICE FORCES TO ACHIEVE THEIRS:

Strengthening the police service with diverse talent
Our recruitment processes are highly competitive and nationally recognised
We innovate to support policing
We respond quickly to feedback and to challenges facing policing and society
We have a clear proposal and track record supporting frontline leadership and progression
We offer two Policing Education Qualifications Framework (PEQF) compliant programmes with more time spent serving the public than other training programmes
We are a not-for-profit social enterprise focused on creating a safer environment for everyone
We use data to continuously improve our programmes and share unique insights to improve policing

FOOTNOTES


  1. Based on applications for the 2020 National Graduate Leadership Programme: 10,053 applications for 563 places.  ↩

  2. Based on applications for the 2021 National Detective Programme: 8,321 applications for 224 places.  ↩

  3. Measured via an online survey at the start of the 2021 Police Now Academy (n=188) ‘Were you planning to join the police before you heard about Police Now?’  ↩

  4. College of Policing, PEQF Initial Entry Routes Learning to Date, 2020.  ↩

  5. Precludes statements of causation.  ↩

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Shaun Sawyer

Chief Constable

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