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  • At a time when police forces are not recruiting and development opportunities in specialist roles are rare, Bedfordshire Police have opened their doors for detectives to apply for  their Trainee Investigator Programme. If you are interested please clink on the link below for details of how to apply. Bedfordshire Police Trainee Investigators programme  

    Bedfordshire Trainee Investigator Programme

    At a time when police forces are not recruiting and development opportunities in specialist roles are rare, Bedfordshire Police have opened their doors for detectives to apply for  their Trainee Investigator Programme. If you are interested please clink on the link below for details of how to apply. Bedfordshire Police Trainee Investigators programme  

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  • The Carol Howard case highlighted the lengths that individuals within a police force will  go to cover up race discrimination and victimisation. This case is one example of the lived experience of some Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) officers in police forces across England and Wales. The National Black Police Association (NBPA) supports officers and staff who are being subjected to detrimental treatment because they raise complaints of race discrimination or whistle blow on corruption and challenge or report improper conduct. Franstine Jones NBPA President says, ” Cases like Carol Howard (MET), DC Paul Bailey (GMP), Harmit  Bahara (Bedfordshire) […]

    Met agrees final settlement in Carol Howard discrimination case

    The Carol Howard case highlighted the lengths that individuals within a police force will  go to cover up race discrimination and victimisation. This case is one example of the lived experience of some Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) officers in police forces across England and Wales. The National Black Police Association (NBPA) supports officers and staff who are being subjected to detrimental treatment because they raise complaints of race discrimination or whistle blow on corruption and challenge or report improper conduct. Franstine Jones NBPA President says, ” Cases like Carol Howard (MET), DC Paul Bailey (GMP), Harmit  Bahara (Bedfordshire) […]

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  • NBPA response 020115

    National Black Police Association’s submission to the Consultation on changes to the Police Disciplinary System

    NBPA response 020115

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  • Greater Manchester Black & Asian Police Association welcome the judgment in the employment tribunal case brought against Greater Manchester Police (GMP)by Detective Constable Paul Bailey. The tribunal having weighed the evidence has concluded GMP is guilty of race discrimination and victimisation. While we congratulate DC Bailey on successfully bringing this case to court, we recognise the enormous stress involved added to that, the indignity of suffering racist discrimination and victimisation in the workplace. Any continued victimisation should be dealt with swiftly and the Chief Constable held to account. The Police and Crime Commissioner should ensure that there is a clear […]

    GMP Found Guilty Of Racism in Employment Tribunal Case

    Greater Manchester Black & Asian Police Association welcome the judgment in the employment tribunal case brought against Greater Manchester Police (GMP)by Detective Constable Paul Bailey. The tribunal having weighed the evidence has concluded GMP is guilty of race discrimination and victimisation. While we congratulate DC Bailey on successfully bringing this case to court, we recognise the enormous stress involved added to that, the indignity of suffering racist discrimination and victimisation in the workplace. Any continued victimisation should be dealt with swiftly and the Chief Constable held to account. The Police and Crime Commissioner should ensure that there is a clear […]

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  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-30398621 Franstine Jones, NBPA President says “This article is just the tip of the iceberg with regards to how officers who have complaints of racism upheld against them are still allowed to remain in the police service. The figures of dismissal revealed in the BBC Freedom of Information request show just how few officers are held to account. There are a number of Employment Tribunal claims of racism in the police that never go to tribunal but are settled instead. This also reflects in our communities where people have made complaints and have not seen the perpetrators held to account […]

    BBC News: Racism probe officers ‘avoid sack’

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-30398621 Franstine Jones, NBPA President says “This article is just the tip of the iceberg with regards to how officers who have complaints of racism upheld against them are still allowed to remain in the police service. The figures of dismissal revealed in the BBC Freedom of Information request show just how few officers are held to account. There are a number of Employment Tribunal claims of racism in the police that never go to tribunal but are settled instead. This also reflects in our communities where people have made complaints and have not seen the perpetrators held to account […]

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