COVID readiness level03/12/2020
In response to the latest changes to COVID restrictions and the move to Tiers 1,2, & 3 across England from the 3rd December the National VPC has lowered its COVID readiness level to AMBER - guidance has been given to Police Forces in England as to what activity should be undertaken during the period of lockdown. *** This change relates to England only, VPC schemes in Wales should follow the guidelines issued by the Welsh Government ***
November 2020 VPC newsletter25/11/2020
Latest newsletter from the National VPC highlighting the great work being carried out by VPC units across England & Wales
Cadet Leaders honoured13/10/2020
Two cadet leaders have been honoured by Her Majesty the Queen in her birthdays honours list.
Two Suffolk cadets achieve their dream20/07/2020
Two Bury St Edmunds Cadets have achieved their dream jobs of becoming police officers
Returning VPC units safely from COVID - guidance issued16/07/2020
Guidance documents for the safe return from COVID for VPC units has been published to assist Police Forces and cadet leaders in their planning for the return of units. This guidance has been created in conjunction with other uniformed youth groups, whilst acknowledging specific issues of operating Policing's uniformed youth group.
June 2020 Newsletter26/06/2020
Latest news from mini-police and VPC units across England & Wales
Suffolk Cadets raise hundereds for local charity18/06/2020
Suffolk Constabulary's Cadets in conjunction with West Suffolk College have raised nearly £700 for a local charity in west Suffolk.
Warwickshire Police Cadets Lockdown videos01/06/2020
Warwickshire Police Cadets have made some fantastic videos during lockdown including Deaf awareness week, Mental health awareness week and showing appreciation for key workers.
April 2020 Newsletter04/05/2020
Latest news from Mini-Police and VPC units across England & Wales
Stephen Lawrence Day 202004/05/2020
Wednesday April 22nd 2020 was Stephen Lawrence Day. Commemorating the life of teenager Stephen Lawrence, who was killed in an unprovoked racist attack, the day is an opportunity for children and young people to make their voices heard, be the change they want to see and help create a society that treats everyone with fairness and respect.