In the UK we design, develop and deliver police programmes. We support police and investigators enhance capability and capacity and working with our partner the University of West London we deliver graduate and undergraduate courses.
We deliver short courses and develop programmes for police and investigators across the globe. We are proud to be working in partnership with the Police Academy of Cambodia, the National Forensic Science University of India, the Peoples' Police Academy of Vietnam and the Royal Police Cadet Academy in Thailand enhancing a community based human rights compliance policing approach.
We are now planning for our 5th Annual Police Education Conference. Over the past five years we have engaged several thousand delegates from more than 50 countries on key issues, enabling police leaders, academics and professionals exchange ideas and insights to enable police improve performance. We are proud to work with the International Police Association. Through a blended approach of online and in person events we can gain a wider audience with different views and perspectives.
The event this year was hosted by EY and included some excellent discussion on the right to demonstrate, police independence, digital investigation and VAWG.
Full details to follow
Fair and ethical police services protecting human rights in every community and country.
We are a growing company creating a catalyst for positive change. We select the places where we work to maximise and influence changes in behaviour working with police and communities committed to improving the safety of each member of the community.
‘The great aim of education is not knowledge but action’. Herbert Spencer
Empowering police to provide services for all members of society in line with Human Rights improving everyone’s safety and security
We seek opportunities with police and community groups aspiring to develop policing and justice systems to directly benefit people in local communities. Our activity is focussed to ensure our decision making is ethically sound and we support the development of human rights. We design programmes in collaboration with partners, always cognisant of the cultural and operational environment. Our aim is to make individuals and communities safer and more secure using the latest evidence from research and evaluation of what works in policing.
‘We believe that the community are the police and the police are always part of the community’. Robert Peel
Diversity and Inclusion – driving our teams and our services
Doing the right thing – acting with integrity and honesty
Human rights – promoting them through our organisation, our decisions, and our work
Sustainability – working with communities and minimising our impact on the environment.
We are an ethical company with a unique business model. LPC believe in creating an environment for our employees and our clients to flourish and succeed. Our culture is guided by respect, collaboration, transparency, diversity and feedback. We do not tolerate disrespect, discrimination or intolerance. We encourage innovative approaches to learning, sustainable solutions involving the power of communities and collaborations to achieve success.
A donation is made to a range of community-based projects and charities in the countries in which we work.
Building on the 2022 conference this year the conference considered the impact of digital advances on investigations, policing VAWG and changes in public protest. The debate about police independence and managing complex protest overpowered many of the discussions but the conference agreed on the need for greater cybersecurity of individuals (especially those vulnerable to coercive control) and added to the debate on qualifications and police recruits. See the Conference 2023 Page for more details.
Thank you to our sponsors at EY and the Oxford University Press for making the event so memorable.
Thank you to our sponsors last year who enabled an excellent conference identifying a series of key issues and opportunities for police, learning from industry and researches on new and evidence-based practices.
Go to the News and Publications page for details of the 4th Conference
Our team comprises over 130 Associates with skills which cover most aspects of policing, police education, community safety and investigations. The team have a common goal to improve policing through developing effective skills for officers and investigators. Go to the Our Team Page for more details.
The consultative board drive through aspects of work using their personal expertise and experience to support the teaching and consulting teams develop excellent products.
Our core comprises business manager, programme manager and our core lecturing team. They are all experts in their field bringing extensive experience in policing and education, business and project management, research and teaching.
Members of our core lecturing, consulting and teaching team who work on our Master, Undergraduate and international programmes, lead on aspects of our conferences and bring extensive experience in Investigation, Crises Management, Public Protection, Addressing Violence Against Women and Girls, Digital and Cyber crime, Public Order, Counter Terrorism, Response and Community policing.
London Policing College
Metropolitan Police Hayes Sports Club
We need your consent to load the translations
We use a third-party service to translate the website content that may collect data about your activity. Please review the details and accept the service to view the translations.