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  • NBPA Press Release on Positive Discrimination Tola Munro, President of the National Black Police Association on the public announcement of our position on Positive Discrimination in policing. The NBPA supports positive discrimination applied with consideration to overcome historic institutional and societal barriers: “This has been a long journey from the days when we thought change could be achieved using existing tools including positive action. There have been some outstanding achievements in recruiting by a selection of forces including Bedfordshire, the Met, Greater Manchester Police, West Midlands and Gwent Police.” Full Press Release on Positive Discrimination 19.10.18<!-- AddThis Advanced Settings above via filter on wp_trim_excerpt --><!-- AddThis Advanced Settings below via filter on wp_trim_excerpt --><!-- AddThis Advanced Settings generic via filter on wp_trim_excerpt -->

    NBPA Press Release on Positive Discrimination

    NBPA Press Release on Positive Discrimination Tola Munro, President of the National Black Police Association on the public announcement of our position on Positive Discrimination in policing. The NBPA supports positive discrimination applied with consideration to overcome historic institutional and societal barriers: “This has been a long journey from the days when we thought change could be achieved using existing tools including positive action. There have been some outstanding achievements in recruiting by a selection of forces including Bedfordshire, the Met, Greater Manchester Police, West Midlands and Gwent Police.” Full Press Release on Positive Discrimination 19.10.18

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  • NBPA Conference and AGM, Derby 15-17 October 2019 The National Black Police Association (NBPA) are pleased to give advance notice of the 2019 conference and Annual General Meeting to be hosted by Derbyshire Constabulary and their Black Police Association (DBPA) at Pride Park, Derby from 15-17 October 2019. <!-- AddThis Advanced Settings above via filter on wp_trim_excerpt --><!-- AddThis Advanced Settings below via filter on wp_trim_excerpt --><!-- AddThis Advanced Settings generic via filter on wp_trim_excerpt -->

    Advance Notice! – NBPA 2019 Conference and AGM, Derby 15-17 October 2019

    NBPA Conference and AGM, Derby 15-17 October 2019 The National Black Police Association (NBPA) are pleased to give advance notice of the 2019 conference and Annual General Meeting to be hosted by Derbyshire Constabulary and their Black Police Association (DBPA) at Pride Park, Derby from 15-17 October 2019. 

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  • NBPA Response to increased Use of Force by the Met Police “An excess in the use of force, a disproportionate use of Stop & Search and an increase in deaths after police restraint are the lived experiences of our black communities.” Tola Munro, President of the National Black Police Association  NBPA Press Release on Response to increased Use of Force by the Met Police (15.10.18)<!-- AddThis Advanced Settings above via filter on wp_trim_excerpt --><!-- AddThis Advanced Settings below via filter on wp_trim_excerpt --><!-- AddThis Advanced Settings generic via filter on wp_trim_excerpt -->

    NBPA Response to increased Use of Force by the Met Police

    NBPA Response to increased Use of Force by the Met Police “An excess in the use of force, a disproportionate use of Stop & Search and an increase in deaths after police restraint are the lived experiences of our black communities.” Tola Munro, President of the National Black Police Association  NBPA Press Release on Response to increased Use of Force by the Met Police (15.10.18)

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  • It started with soldiers stuck in their flooded trenches, thinking of their loved ones and desperately wanting to bury their fallen brothers. It ended with opposing troops of British and German soldiers peacefully returning to their respective trenches after exchanging hugs, food rations, songs and beer. This was the Christmas Day Truce of 1914. Arguably, the most captivating story to come from the Truce was the famous football match that saw English and German soldiers defy orders not to befriend the enemy.   Last Saturday, Ballers Club, winners of last month’s Kickoff@3 football tournament in memory of Daniel De-Gale were given a presentation ceremony by Kickoff@3, the Metropolitan Police and the Black Police Association, recognising the club’s achievement in the tournament. Ballers Club seek to engage vulnerable young people with the intention of […]<!-- AddThis Advanced Settings above via filter on wp_trim_excerpt --><!-- AddThis Advanced Settings below via filter on wp_trim_excerpt --><!-- AddThis Advanced Settings generic via filter on wp_trim_excerpt -->

    Grassroots Football Club recognised by London Met and Black Police Association

    It started with soldiers stuck in their flooded trenches, thinking of their loved ones and desperately wanting to bury their fallen brothers. It ended with opposing troops of British and German soldiers peacefully returning to their respective trenches after exchanging hugs, food rations, songs and beer. This was the Christmas Day Truce of 1914. Arguably, the most captivating story to come from the Truce was the famous football match that saw English and German soldiers defy orders not to befriend the enemy.   Last Saturday, Ballers Club, winners of last month’s Kickoff@3 football tournament in memory of Daniel De-Gale were given a presentation ceremony by Kickoff@3, the Metropolitan Police and the Black Police Association, recognising the club’s achievement in the tournament. Ballers Club seek to engage vulnerable young people with the intention of […]

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  • The NBPA recognise that Boris Johnson’s remarks aimed at our Muslim communities reflect onto BAME communities. We do not condone words that target any persons, faith or religion and are disappointed in Boris Johnson, a senior politician and former mayor of London. We offer our support and are aware of how this may make certain members of our communities feel. Black Police Associations (BPA), in Constabularies throughout the UK are made up of officers and staff from communities who are effected by the consequences of the comments made. We are there to support victims who may be subjected to hate […]<!-- AddThis Advanced Settings above via filter on wp_trim_excerpt --><!-- AddThis Advanced Settings below via filter on wp_trim_excerpt --><!-- AddThis Advanced Settings generic via filter on wp_trim_excerpt -->

    NBPA comment in support of our Muslim communities

    The NBPA recognise that Boris Johnson’s remarks aimed at our Muslim communities reflect onto BAME communities. We do not condone words that target any persons, faith or religion and are disappointed in Boris Johnson, a senior politician and former mayor of London. We offer our support and are aware of how this may make certain members of our communities feel. Black Police Associations (BPA), in Constabularies throughout the UK are made up of officers and staff from communities who are effected by the consequences of the comments made. We are there to support victims who may be subjected to hate […]

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