Operation Hampshire provides a strategy, processes and guidance to help us respond more effectively to assaults on police officers and staff.
This section explains all about Operation Hampshire and how your force can adopt it and gives you access to guidance and tips that you can follow at work.
Information for victims
It’s important that as a victim you have expectations. This means you can appropriately challenge if you feel you have not received a service or you feel that something is missing.
College Learn Operation Hampshire training
This training package, available through College Learn, has been designed to raise awareness of Operation Hampshire.
The course will help officers and staff understand the impact of assaults and talk through the key elements of a basic assaults response plan. There's also some great advice and learning for post-assault supervision including the benefits to officers and staff of a supportive and meaningful response to assaults.
To access the course you must have a College Learn account, available to anyone with a .police.uk email, they can be created on the College of Policing website.
What is your experience of Op Hampshire? Have you been assaulted at work? Do you support officers and staff who may have found themselves a victim of assault?
Some of you have shared your thoughts and experiences.
We would love you to share your experiences and what your force is doing around Op Hampshire so we can share nationally. The more we learn from each other and share best practice the more informed our people will be and together we can reduce the impact of assaults across policing.