The College of Policing has released a new Code of Practice outlining national standards for police information management, including record keeping and data sharing. The new code replaces the previous Code of Practice on the Management of Police Information (MoPI) and has been updated to apply to a wider range of records. It was developed in partnership with the Home Office, key stakeholders, and police experts to ensure that police information is handled ethically, with appropriate privacy measures, and in compliance with regulations. The code is being supported by authorised professional practice (APP) on archiving records in the public interest.
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