There is a scarcity of research on why police officers voluntarily resign from the service. The numbers of police officers who felt that policing was not a ‘job-for-life’ and voluntarily resigned from the police service have risen – from 1,158 in the year ending March 2012 to 2,363 in the year ending March 2020.
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The Strategic Review of Policing has launched a Call for Evidence. This is the second part of its major, independent Review of Policing in England and Wales.
We welcome responses from all interested respondents from within and outside policing, including members of the public.
This year’s Police Foundation conference on the theme of The Future Police Workforce will form part of the Strategic Review of Policing. The event will take place from 23rd to 25th February 2021.
Delegates will have the opportunity to make a contribution to the Review through their input in Q&A sessions.
Join us on 29th July at 10:00am for our digital launch of the Review’s Phase 1 Report ‘Public Safety and Security in the 21st Century’.
The public are concerned that the police have withdrawn from visible local policing, particularly in town centres, according to a new report by the Police Foundation think tank.
Defining the challenge that English and Welsh policing should be designed and prepared to meet requires more than just a threat assessment.
The Police Foundation has launched the first independent and comprehensive review of policing for many years.