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Police Reform

Police Reform has for many years been a high priority for successive governments and this topic covers reform in the 21st century including the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) Policing Vision 2025. The topic commences with the Police Reform Act in 2002, moves on to the Policing and Crime Act 2017 and ends with a summary of the NPCC Policing Vision for 2025.

Police Reform: Quick Facts
  • The police reforms introduced in the Police Reform Act 2002 were implemented as part of the Government's wider agenda for improving public services. Police Reform Act 2002

  • There are many different stakeholders involved in the Police Reform. Key Stakeholders in Reform

  • The Police Reform agenda included challenging areas such as providing reassurance; tackling criminality; leadership; science and technology; and human resources. Key Aspects of the 2002 Police Reform Act

  • The APCC and the NPCC are working with police leaders to reform and transform policing by 2025. Future Reforms