- Adapt or risk losing good finance leads, CIPFA warns
Staff training must adapt to meet the expectations of new people taking on support roles, the leader of finance heads has warned, as he launched a scholarship scheme.
- Ready for anything? Guernsey?s new recruits line up for duty
An officer recruitment video that created a storm of protests led to an avalanche of applications and 10 budding officers.
- GMP wins award after tailoring HR processes to attract ex-military
Force is one of five in UK to win gold award on defence employer recognition scheme
- Wiltshire: joining a ?one team ethos?
Wiltshire Police is looking for 20 experienced detectives who want to try something new by moving to a force that offers autonomy, responsibility and flexible working
- Met re-imposes London residency requirement for recruits
The Met have re-introduced the requirement to live in London in order to join as an officer. But chair of the Met Federation, Ken Marsh, says it will have a "detrimental effect".
- Forensic Capability Network appoints Jo Ashworth as permanent CEO
Jo Ashworth OBE has been appointed permanent CEO of the Forensic Capability Network (FCN).
- New Zealand officer becomes first in force to wear hijab in uniform
The New Zealand Police force has incorporated a hijab into its official uniform, with first officer to wear it saying it will open the door to female Muslims wishing to join.
- Essex Cyber crime unit detectives recognised with award
Two Essex officers have been recognised at the National Police Chiefs? Council Cyber Awards for their work.
- Pension claim pay-outs by March 2022, predicts Federation
The pensions compensation claim over bungled government reforms could be settled by Spring 2022 for all officers, according to the Police Federation.
- Scotland's Federation leader to head up European police body
One of Scotland?s best known officers is set to become the voice of law enforcers in Europe.
- Celebrations for promotion hopefuls as sergeant results revealed
More officers are set to join the ranks of sergeant after their exam results were confirmed.
- LGBTI officers crucial to improving community relations says chief
LGBTI staff have a critical role in improving community relations and recruitment, says Police Scotland?s chief constable.