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Competency andCompetencyand CIALCollegeCollege ofof PolicingPolicing College of Policing Limited (2017)This publication is licensed under the terms of the Non-CommercialCollege Licence v1.1 except where otherwise stated. To view this licence Non Commercial CollegeLicence.pdfWhere we have identified any third-party copyright information, you will needto obtain permission from the copyright holders concerned.For enquires about this document, or to request an alternative format,please email contactus@college.pnn.police.ukii

Competency and Values Framework GuidanceOFFICIALCollege of PolicingContentsIntroduction4Section 1 The Competency and Values Framework51. is it different?Overall structure of the CVFWhy three levels of competency?Why is combining values with competencies important?Section 2 How will the CVF affect you? and selectionPDR meetingsPreparing for assessment and PDRCVF and continuing professional developmentSection 3 Summary567899101111123.1 CVF structure and purpose3.2 Implications of the CVF for national processes1213Section 4 References and additional information14Appendix Mapping the CVF to the Code of Ethics153

Competency and Values Framework GuidanceOFFICIALCollege of PolicingIntroductionThe Policing Professional Framework (PPF) Personal Qualities are being replacedby a new set of behaviours, the Competency and Values Framework (CVF). Thisguidance provides information to all officers and staff and: introduces the CVF explains why it has been developed provides an overview of its structure describes how it will affect recruitment, assessment and developmentprocesses in the police service.The focus will be on the effects of the CVF on current HR processes and will notdiscuss details of the processes themselves, which are largely unchanged.Please also read ‘Competency and Values Framework for policing’ to familiariseyourself with the vocabulary and structure of the new framework.4

Competency and Values Framework Guidance1OFFICIALCollege of PolicingThe Competency andValues FrameworkOne of the conclusions drawn from the College of Policing’s 2015 LeadershipReview was that the values inherent in the Code of Ethics should be embedded atall levels in all local and national selection processes, such as assessment centresand interviews. Implementation of the recommendation led to developing theCVF to replace the PPF Personal Qualities.The CVF clearly defines new and relevant competencies and values which stronglyuphold the principles of the Code of Ethics.It is already being used for some of the national assessment processes designedand delivered by the College of Policing and, by April 2018, the College is to endsupport for the PPF Personal Qualities.Our Professional Development Programme (PDP), the Police Education andQualifications Framework (PEQF) and the Assessing and Recognising Competence(ARC) projects will incorporate or take account of the new framework, as willnational selection processes at the current or next design iteration. The wider PPF,including role profiles, is also being replaced as part of the Professional DevelopmentProgramme. The new Policing Professional Profiles (previously role profiles) will belaunched on a digital platform hosted by the College in October 2017.Some forces will have developed and established their own frameworks to reflectlocal context and circumstances so we have provided guidance allowing forces toretain the flexibility to define values which reflect local variation.The design of the CVF makes general application of the Code of Ethics a reality.It helps to embed the Code of Ethics into all of our people processes and ensuresthat we fully consider the principles underlying it in all appointments, promotionsand professional development decisions.1.1 How is it different?The CVF differs from the PPF and other existing frameworks in the following ways: a new set of six relevant and future-looking competencies dividing competencies into three levels to reflect different levelsof responsibility and role complexity four defined and measurable core values defining each value by behavioural indicators.5

Competency and Values Framework GuidanceOFFICIALCollege of PolicingWhat are ‘values’ and ‘competencies’?Values are beliefs which are important to an individual and which guide andmotivate particular behaviours and actions.Competencies are behaviours (knowledge, skills or abilities) related to effectivejob performance.What follows is a summary of the CVF and how it will affect existing processes such asPDR, assessment, the ARC process and continuing professional development (CPD).1.2 Overall CVF structurenot.The main components of the new framework are clusters, competencies andvalues. The relationships between them are shown in the circular chart below.Values are at the centre of the CVF and apply to all roles.Three clustersserviceblicuPVALUESWe takeownership6We deliver,support andinspireiv e, enabliWe arecollaborativen g a n d v i si o n arshicluspI n t eg rit yeadelrycommittedigent, creatIntelliveWe InThree clustersThe three clusters describe waysof working and are made upof pairs of competencies.innovative andopen-mindedResolute, comandateonssipaLevels apply to competenciesonly, not values.golicinpedmrWe arefoartImp ialitySix competenciesEach competency has three levels,with three being the most complex.These levels are not assignedto specific ranks.andinFour core valuesThe three clusters describe waof working and are made upof pairs of competencies.

Competency and Values Framework GuidanceOFFICIALCollege of Policing2.3 Preparing for assessment and PDRYou will need to be clear in your own mind about the CVF and understand how itdiffers from those used in any previous assessments you have experienced.In practice, it is not necessary to demonstrate evidence of every single indicator ofa competency or value.Demonstrating evidence of performanceIn general, your preparation should involve reading the descriptions of thecompetencies to understand which outcomes they support and deciding on howyour own experiences and achievements fit with them. Do you understand how the competencies support the outcomes? Can you use the CVF to describe your own capabilities? Are the values fully evident in your actions? Can you describe your strengths and successes, not only in terms ofoutcomes but also in terms of the competency indicators and levels?In any practical assessment exercises (roleplays, presentations etc.), you will asalways be focusing on how to complete the task. The assessors will observe theway in which you do it.2.4CVF and continuing professional developmentThe College of Policing definition of CPD remains unchanged as:‘A range of learning activities through which you can maintainor enhance your capacity to practice legally, safely, ethicallyand effectively’.The CVF provides clearer direction towards the ethics part of the definition.By using the CVF, you can plan and set targets for development towardsimprovement, advancement and promotion.The College’s PDP is developing Professional Profiles, career pathways andCPD guides which incorporate the CVF to assist with personal and professionaldevelopment and career planning.11

Competency and Values Framework Guidance3OFFICIALCollege of PolicingSummary3.1 CVF structure and purposeStructure There are new definitions for competencies and these are clearly linked tospecific performance outcomes, while also upholding the Code of Ethics. Competencies are spilt into three levels to reflect the complexities ofdifferent roles. The roles do not link directly with specific ranks – similarcompetency profiles can apply to different roles across different functions. Values are included as measures and defined by observableperformance indicators.The overall purpose of introducing the CVF is to: keep policing adaptable and relevant ensure we achieve the highest standards of professional conduct.OutcomesCompetenciesCode of ethics12Values

Competency and Values Framework GuidanceOFFICIALCollege of Policing3.2 Implications of the CVF for national processesAssessment, selection, recruitmentBehaviour will be assessed in terms of values as well as competencies. Values are now defined by behavioural indicators. They are used in recruitment and selection interviews and inassessment exercises.PDR discussions and subsequent planningThe newly defined competencies and values will: uphold the Code of Ethics stress that the values are integral to achieving operational plansand objectives.Continuing professional developmentThe key benefits of using the CVF for CPD include: a clearer focus on values. the clear and relevant statements of the new competencies, now defined bythree levels, allow individuals to identify and develop the appropriate behavioursneeded for promotion or for role-specific performance improvement.13

Competency and Values Framework Guidance4OFFICIALCollege of PolicingReferences andadditional informationCollege of Policing (2016) Competency and Values Framework for policingCollege of Policing (2015) Leadership ReviewCollege of Policing (2014) Code of EthicsCollege of Policing (2017) Values-Based Recruitment - selection andassessment guidanceCollege of Policing (2017) Competency and Values Framework –implementation guidance14

Competency and Values Framework GuidanceAppendixOFFICIALCollege of PolicingMapping the CVF to the Code ofEthicsThere are nine principles underpinning the Code of Ethics. These have beenclustered into four values to enable simpler and better behavioural assessment ofthe desired behaviours.Table 1 below indicates where the Code of Ethics principles can be mapped to the CVF:CVF competency or valueImpartialityIntegrityCode of Ethics principlesFairness, objectivityIntegrityPublic serviceRespect, selflessnessTransparencyHonesty, opennessDeliver, support and inspireTake ownershipLeadership*Accountability*Table 1: The links between the CVF and the Code of Ethics*The principles of leadership and accountability are respectively consideredto be a better fit with the competencies of deliver, support and inspire andtake ownership.15

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2.3 Preparing for assessment and PDR 11 2.4 CVF and continuing professional development 11 Section 3 Summary 12 3.1 CVF structure and purpose 12 3.2 Implications of the CVF for national processes 13 Section 4 References and additional informa

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