Information for police

This page provides links to resources that may be of interest to police officers and police staff. It includes links to NAAN webpages and resources, as well as to third party sites and resources. 

Children and vulnerable people

NAAN membership for police

The NAAN resources listed in the sections below are all available publicly. However, associate membership of NAAN is open to police. For full details please go to discover membership, however, key benefits include:

  • Access iKAAN (our online knowledgebase setting out PACE requirements)
  • Receive our e-updates directly into your email inbox (e.g. notifications of new PACE updates and free events).  

PACE Updates

  • Our PACE updates provide guidance on changes to PACE focused on children, vulnerable people and appropriate adults (NAAN)

Information for parents and other untrained appropriate adults

  • Guidance for parents, carers and other untrained AAs (Home Office, 2003)

Organised AA schemes

  • The national standards for the development and provision of appropriate adult schemes in England and Wales (NAAN)

Vetting for organised schemes

General

Children

General

Youth Offending Team's responsibilities in regard to appropriate adults

Local authority accommodation transfers (PACE s.38(6)? 

Vulnerable people

General

Identification of vulnerable people (require an AA)

Availability of schemes for vunerable adults

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