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West Yorkshire Police - The Herbert Protocol

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Monday 29 February 2016
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West Yorkshire Police

West Yorkshire Police (WYP) have adopted and launched the Herbert Protocol and are actively involved in our local DAA – from frontline policing and from the Adult Safeguarding team. Colleagues from the Alzheimer’s Society are delivering bespoke dementia awareness training to WYP officers to create Dementia Community Champions. A number of WYP officers are training to become Dementia Friends (DF) Champions and will deliver DF sessions to spread awareness amongst colleagues and contacts within the community.