Today the MPS says goodbye to one of the female veterans of the MetBPA. After 30yrs of long and distinguished service Detective Constable Yvonne Rhoden MBE retires from the police service. Yvonne has been an inspiration to so many people and has influenced a generation. Yvonne’s career has spanned a
This Summer Internship programme (SDIP) is aimed at ethnic minority students and those from under-represented socio-economic backgrounds. It’s a paid internship programme that provides talented undergraduates and graduates with a six-to-nine-week training work placement within a government department. SDIP provides an insight into the broad range of opportunities available across
Nelson Mandela led South Africa’s transition from white-minority to black rule in the 1990s, after 27 years in prison on Robben Island, for his political activities. Mr Mandela will be remembered as the man who brought an end to apartheid and delivered the nation from the brink of civil war.
The NBPA welcomes the development and introduction of a code of ethics for policing. Codifying what is expected from people who serve the public in policing will provide much needed clarify and enable all to see what is and is not acceptable. To read more, please open this file NBPA submissio