Parliament report on College of Policing – “Alarming” inconsistencies in policing across forces must be addressed

09 July 2016
The UK Parliament’s Home Affairs Committee has reported on an “alarming lack of consistency across forces” in England and Wales, which are still failing to embed the College of Policing’s Code of Ethics. They notedpolicing is to move on from controversies and scandals such as Hillsborough and undercover policing then reassuring the public of the integrity of those involved must be the first priority.

Amongst other things the Committee commented that it is unacceptable that the Board of the College of Policing has not been able to increase its ethnic minority representation, an issue that it expects to be addressed urgently.

See –
Home Affairs Committee report on the College of Policing published 2016-17