Official websites produced or sponsored by Government Departments, Agencies, statutory and advisory bodies (including Constabularies) responsible for issues concerning crime and policing in the United Kingdom.
Official body for policing and associated development of evidence-based professions. Provides resource, covering governance, academic bodies, researchers, international partners, crime commissioners, procurement, accountability, crime reduction techniques, and locations throughout England.
Site seeking opinions from the public on the future direction of the court system.
Organisation that can compensate people who are physically or mentally injured because they were a blameless victim of violent crime.
Official last publication of the works to support the police service, by developing technological and other improvements. Details of activities, events, and services that were available.
National body dealing with serious and organised crime, plus computer crime.
Includes the board's annual report and the "Release Directions".
Describes employment opportunities in police forces across the country, with details of the lifestyle, pay and benefits, and application forms.
Provides recruitment and training information for Police Officers and Special Constables.
Street-level crime mapping and force contact details.
Details of a new 24-hour number provided by police and local councils in some areas to deal with community safety issues, including non-emergency crime, policing and anti-social behaviour.
Includes new developments, recruitment and information on each of the operational units.
The SFO is the UK body which investigates and prosecutes serious and complex fraud. Site contains a mixture of information on the work of the SFO at home and abroad along with a guide for witnesses appearing on behalf of the office.
Information and links which will be useful to Special Constables.
Official blog, available as RSS feed, of Home Office initiatives, campaigns and announcements related criminal law, policing and prisons.
Charged with preventing re-offending by young people.
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