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Our knowledge services assist you in managing your organisational knowledge and learning and development, and creating communities of practice as a means of social learning.
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18th September 2020
The Public Accounts Committee has published a report entitled; Immigration Enforcement.
17th September 2020
The Home Office has published a statistical report on the Operation of Police Powers Under the Terrorism Act 2000 and Subsequent Legislation.
16th September 2020
The Lord Chancellor, has delivered a speech launching a MoJ White Paper entitled; A Smarter Approach to Sentencing.
15th September 2020
The Home Secretary has announced that 'more than 100,000 people have applied to become police officers one year into the Government’s recruitment drive.
14th September 2020
The Alcohol Health Alliance UK, CAH has published a report entitled; ‘It’s Everywhere’ - Alcohol’s Public Face and Private Harm: The Report of the Commission on Alcohol Harm.
12th September 2020
PolicingInsight (Online) has also published the article by Professor Colin Rogers of the ICPS at the USW entitled; Police Legitimacy: How It Can Be Regained Once Lost.