The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) helps the police cut crime and keep the public safe by joining up the operational response to the most serious and strategic threats. Focusing on operational delivery and developing national approaches on issues such as finance, technology and human resources, we work closely with the College of Policing, which is responsible for developing professional standards.
It's valuable to debate the best way of helping people who go missing regularlyGreater Manchester Police Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy has said that young, vulnerable people may be better dealt with by social workers, rather than police officers
NPCC positions on joint police procurement and force mergers
Today (August 4), Sky News ran an item on police procurement and a debate on police force mergers in England and Wales. National Police Chiefs' Council Chair Chief Constable Sara Thornton has outlined our position on these issues.
Police Chiefs' Blog: Sara Thornton, Chief Constables Council July 2015
Chief Constables' Council (CCC) is the main decision making forum of the National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC). It allows chiefs to regularly come together, discuss and debate the issues facing policing and make decisions about how they will operate to meet the demands of the day. This blog aims to open up CCC to those interested in our work and policing in general.