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About The Force
Chief Constable
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Introduction by the Chief Constable. Click here for more...

The Chief Officers Group
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Images and profiles of the Chief Constable and other Chief Officers. Click here for more...

Force Profile
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Information regarding Devon & Cornwall Constabulary. Click here for more...

Neighbourhood Policing
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Find out about Neigbourhood Policing and who is currently in your local Neighbourhood Policing Team.
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Neighbourhood policing and Basic Command Units explained
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Neighbourhood policing is about adopting a ‘bottom up’ approach to policing and neighbourhood beat managers play a key role in this process. They will be dedicated to dealing with the issues within their neighbourhood and working with the community to solve local problems. Click here for more...

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Here you can find some of the pages and fact sheets that we have published containing information about some of the different aspects of the Force. Click here for more...

Corporate Partnerships
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Everyone has a part to play in keeping communities safe - not just the police. By working in partnership with Devon & Cornwall Constabulary, your business can help protect our communities against crime and the fear of crime. Click here for more...

Force History And Archive

Force History and Archive

In this section you will be able to find a wealth of information regarding the history of policing in Devon and Cornwall. Compiled by Special Constable Simon Dell. Click here for more...

Force Museum

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Heritage & Learning Resource Previously known as the Force Museum, find out about exciting developments and view our new web-site. Click here for more...

Race Equality & Diversity
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Devon & Cornwall Constabulary has made a considerable commitment to improving its service to people from minority backgrounds. Every area of the organisation has been scrutinised to ensure all employees and members of the public can expect to be treated with dignity and respect. Click here for more...

The Criminal Justice System (CJS) of England and Wales
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The CJS is one of the major public services in the country. Across the CJS, agencies such as the Police, the Courts, the Prison Service, the Crown Prosecution Service and the National Probation Service work together to deliver the criminal justice process. Click here for more...


Airwave is the new digital communications system that will be used by all police forces in the UK. Airwave will replace our existing radio system and bring many benefits to policing. This section has information regarding different aspects of Airwave. Click here for more...

Awards the Constabulary holds

Further information about the awards Devon & Cornwall Constabulary currently hold. Click here for more...

Women In Policing
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The Women in Policing Network acts as a voice for the Force’s female employees, who make up around 22% of its police officers and 54% of its police staff. Click here for more...

Black Police Association (BPA)
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The BPA is a support group for black and minority ethnic officers and staff of all ranks and grades from across Devon and Cornwall Constabulary.  We also have a number of associate members who are not BPA staff but who have an interest in and commitment to supporting our aims.Click here for more...


Gay Police Association (GPA)
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The Gay Police Association (GPA) was formed in 1990 by a handful of officers in the Metropolitan Police. Over 14 years it has grown into a formally recognised and respected staff association with members in all 52 UK police forces. Click here for more...

Christian Police Association

The Christian Police Association is a nationally recognised staff association for serving and retired police officers and police staff. It has branches in the vast majority of Police Forces of the United Kingdom and indeed contacts with similar organisations around the world. Click here for more...

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