Expert advice and support for governance and management from our senior and well experienced practitioners and advisors
CoPaCC monitors standards in police governance, assessing OPCC performance and awarding quality marks in key areas of accountability
CoPaCC produces thematic reports and expert events covering key issues of policy and practice in the policing and criminal justice sectors
CoPaCC publishes the leading online resource for governance, management and politics in policing and criminal justice
CoPaCC was established by Bernard Rix shortly after the first PCC elections in November 2012 to monitor policing governance in England and Wales. CoPaCC now has a portfolio of services, collaborating to optimise organisations to meet their governance and management challenges and opportunities
Our national overview across policing, criminal justice and blue light provides us with an unrivalled insight into what works
Take a look at our Policing Insight website, plus Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook accounts. Then call us.
In our chosen areas, we lead. We can help you lead an effective team.
Our thematic work means we have the definitive insight for PCCs and their teams.
PCCs (should) provide strategic direction, with forces delivering the operational side. Is that how it works in your area?
Who are your key partners? Could you be working more effectively together for mutual benefit?
Want to improve performance? We can help you work out how.
Not every working relationship is rosy. We can help you through the most challenging times.
At the heart of our work, we are the police governance experts
At the heart of a Police and Crime Commissioner's work, an area that PCCs' teams have to get right
Needs to support what you and your team do, rather than eat in to your team's time. Which does your ICT do?
Website design and development: We have a great website team. Our team can help you too.
By Bernard Rix on 13th June 2016
A share of the £1 billion available through the Home Office's policing transformation funds will in due course be awarded to the best bids.
By Bernard Rix on 27th May 2016
Bernard Rix, CoPaCC Chief Executive, writes to recently elected Police and Crime Commissioners