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Disclaimer

The content included on this website has been compiled by the College of Policing Limited. The College reserves the right to change the terms and conditions of use of this website at any time and without notice. The website is provided for information purposes only. The website and its content are made available ‘as is’ and ‘as available’.

The College excludes to the fullest extent permitted by law all warranties and conditions in relation to the website and content whether express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of satisfactory quality and fitness for a particular purpose.

The College makes no representations and does not warrant:

(a)  that it is licensed by the copyright or database right owner of any third-party content to include or reproduce such content in the website;

(b)  that the website or its content will be uninterrupted or error-free; and

(c)   that the server from which the website is available is free of viruses or bugs.

The College website contains links to third-party websites hosted by information providers who are not affiliated with the College. These links serve as references for further information and do not signify that the College sponsors, endorses or otherwise approves of any information or statements appearing in linked websites. The College cannot confirm the accuracy or reliability of any of the material contained in linked websites nor shall it be held liable for any loss or damage suffered as a result of using linked websites or the information contained therein. Furthermore, the College does not make any representations or warranties as to the security of any information you may be requested to give to any third party.

Permission required to link

Unless you are a UK police force, our prior written permission is required in order for any links to be made to the APP website.

Please email the College at [email protected] for any requests. The College reserves the right to require the removal of any links established by a third party between the APP website and any third-party website.

Terms and conditions of use

All users of both the public-facing website and the Secure site have a responsibility to use APP content appropriately in line with information security principles and in accordance with its security marking.

Access to the Secure site is available for:

  • users with a valid .pnn email address from an authorised domain
  • users accessing the Secure site from an approved force device.

In order to access the Secure site users need to create an account, consisting of a username and password, and will be required to authenticate using their username and password each time they access it.

Users must understand that their activities on the system will be recorded and subject to accounting and auditing. Any misuse of the system, including exceeding (or attempting to exceed) privileges or access rights, may result in disciplinary action or criminal prosecution.

The National Accreditor has reviewed and approved these terms and conditions, and reserves the right, at any time, to conduct an audit of the system and of users’ compliance with these terms and conditions.