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Implementing Transformation of Police L&D

November 2017 - September 2019

The major changes occurring in policing to meet Policing Vision 2025 include the recognition of the value in enhancing and changing police forces’ approaches to training, learning and development.

This is an important strategic undertaking so the project has been designed as action research – aiming to both understand but also work collaboratively with forces and national agencies to improve the training, learning and development function in police services, both strategically and operationally.

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Background

The funding and drive behind the project

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Objectives

Find out what the goals are and how we are fulfilling them

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Outputs

The direction of travel and current published project outputs.

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Project team

Introducing the team from the Open University Centre and their MOPAC collaborators

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News

Recently published book: Valuing Public Innovation - Contributions to Theory and Practice

Professor Jean Hartley (CPRL Academic Director), along with co-writers, has had the book "Valuing Public Innovation - Contributions to Theory and Practice, by Rolf Rønning, Jean Hartley, Lars Fuglsang and Karin Gueijen" published by Palgrave Macmillan in October.

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