PSD – Appropriate Authority Decision Making
Dealing proportionately and robustly with complaints against police at the appropriate level is a cost-effective way of safeguarding a force’s reputation and building public confidence.
The policing landscape and the police complaints system both underwent major change in 2012. Amendments made to the complaints process by the Government in the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 were designed to remove unnecessary bureaucracy from the system, ensure that complaints are handled at the lowest appropriate level and focus more on putting right the issues complained about by a member of a public.
PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS TRAINING
PSD – Appropriate Authority Decision Making training can be delivered for your organisation, at a venue of your choice at a time convenient to you.
Please contact us and our senior course trainer will be pleased to arrange a consultation.
In House Training
We are able to arrange bespoke PSD Courses throughout the country, either at your organisation or at a suitable venue nearby, and at a time that is convenient to you. Costs for bespoke ‘in-house’ Appropriate Authority Training, either one or two day, are dependant on delegate numbers, venue and location so please contact our lead, Ian Kennedy, to discuss your requirements.
Our PSD course lead Ian Kennedy and can be contacted on 07814 904830 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.