Reports Archive

  • In the latest woe for Cleveland Police misconduct proceedings against Asian Sergeant Waseem Khan were discontinued after concerns were raised by the panel. The NBPA comments on the outcome and the disproportionality in misconduct proceedings for BME officers in its Press Release on Cleveland Police misconduct proceedings being discontinued<!-- 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 -->

    Cleveland Police misconduct proceedings discontinued

    In the latest woe for Cleveland Police misconduct proceedings against Asian Sergeant Waseem Khan were discontinued after concerns were raised by the panel. The NBPA comments on the outcome and the disproportionality in misconduct proceedings for BME officers in its Press Release on Cleveland Police misconduct proceedings being discontinued

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  • On Friday 15 July 2016 Janet Hills, President gave an oral presentation to the Youth Parliament Select Committee. She agreed that it was very difficult to understand why incidents of racism and religious discrimination go unreported and noted that lack of confidence and trust are factors. In contrast she identified that Black Police Associations engage with their local communities to make sure they understand how the police can help them, improving trust and confidence in the police, and encouraging those communities to report hate crime. The President said that the Metropolitan Police Service had dedicated school liaison officers who engage regularly with young people and help to build […]<!-- 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 -->

    Youth Parliament Select Committee – Racism and religious discrimination

    On Friday 15 July 2016 Janet Hills, President gave an oral presentation to the Youth Parliament Select Committee. She agreed that it was very difficult to understand why incidents of racism and religious discrimination go unreported and noted that lack of confidence and trust are factors. In contrast she identified that Black Police Associations engage with their local communities to make sure they understand how the police can help them, improving trust and confidence in the police, and encouraging those communities to report hate crime. The President said that the Metropolitan Police Service had dedicated school liaison officers who engage regularly with young people and help to build […]

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  • 09 July 2016 The UK Parliament’s Home Affairs Committee has reported on an “alarming lack of consistency across forces” in England and Wales, which are still failing to embed the College of Policing’s Code of Ethics. They notedpolicing is to move on from controversies and scandals such as Hillsborough and undercover policing then reassuring the public of the integrity of those involved must be the first priority. Amongst other things the Committee commented that it is unacceptable that the Board of the College of Policing has not been able to increase its ethnic minority representation, an issue that it expects to […]<!-- 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 -->

    Parliament report on College of Policing – “Alarming” inconsistencies in policing across forces must be addressed

    09 July 2016 The UK Parliament’s Home Affairs Committee has reported on an “alarming lack of consistency across forces” in England and Wales, which are still failing to embed the College of Policing’s Code of Ethics. They notedpolicing is to move on from controversies and scandals such as Hillsborough and undercover policing then reassuring the public of the integrity of those involved must be the first priority. Amongst other things the Committee commented that it is unacceptable that the Board of the College of Policing has not been able to increase its ethnic minority representation, an issue that it expects to […]

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  • This is Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabulary’s report to the Secretary of State under section 54(4A) of the Police Act 1996. As required by that section, it contains his assessment of the efficiency and effectiveness of policing in England and Wales in respect of the inspection year 2015. State of Policing: The Annual Assessment of Policing in England and Wales 2015 – PDF,  large file (7MB)<!-- 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 -->

    State of Policing: The Annual Assessment of Policing in England and Wales 2015

    This is Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabulary’s report to the Secretary of State under section 54(4A) of the Police Act 1996. As required by that section, it contains his assessment of the efficiency and effectiveness of policing in England and Wales in respect of the inspection year 2015. State of Policing: The Annual Assessment of Policing in England and Wales 2015 – PDF,  large file (7MB)

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  • The primary role of the police is to prevent crime and anti-social behaviour, and to protect individuals, communities and victims – especially those who are vulnerable. This report sets out findings from an inspection of how effectively the 43 police forces in England and Wales are meeting these objectives. PEEL: Police effectiveness 2015 – A national overview PDF  <!-- 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 -->

    PEEL: Police effectiveness 2015

    The primary role of the police is to prevent crime and anti-social behaviour, and to protect individuals, communities and victims – especially those who are vulnerable. This report sets out findings from an inspection of how effectively the 43 police forces in England and Wales are meeting these objectives. PEEL: Police effectiveness 2015 – A national overview PDF  

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  • Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) finds in its first PEEL legitimacy report that Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) police staff and officers are more likely to be treated differently in disciplinary processes to their white colleagues. A force is considered to have legitimacy if those working in it are seen by the public consistently to behave fairly, ethically and within the law. These are important factors in building and maintaining the trust and cooperation of the public. PEEL: Police legitimacy 2015 – PDF, 11 February 2016   See also Police Oracle article… http://www.policeoracle.com/news/police_performance/2016/Feb/10/bame-officers–treated-differently–in-disciplinary-processes–report-finds_90877.html#comments NB. To read Police Oracle articles […]<!-- 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 -->

    BAME OFFICERS ‘treated differently’ in disciplinary processes report finds

    Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) finds in its first PEEL legitimacy report that Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) police staff and officers are more likely to be treated differently in disciplinary processes to their white colleagues. A force is considered to have legitimacy if those working in it are seen by the public consistently to behave fairly, ethically and within the law. These are important factors in building and maintaining the trust and cooperation of the public. PEEL: Police legitimacy 2015 – PDF, 11 February 2016   See also Police Oracle article… http://www.policeoracle.com/news/police_performance/2016/Feb/10/bame-officers–treated-differently–in-disciplinary-processes–report-finds_90877.html#comments NB. To read Police Oracle articles […]

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  • Scotland Yard chief Sir Ian Blair made a grovelling apology last night for a controversial police corruption inquiry that he led. He said the probe into Iranian-born Chief Superintendent Ali Dizaei had caused a rift between his force and black officers and said it was time to “acknowledge mistakes”. The Commissioner’s comments came after the Met and the Black Police Association agreed to “resolve all disputes” arising out of the multi-million pound inquiry into Mr Dizaei, an outspoken critic of racism. For further information please download this document Dizaei Inquiry (99KB).<!-- 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 -->

    Dizaei Inquiry

    Scotland Yard chief Sir Ian Blair made a grovelling apology last night for a controversial police corruption inquiry that he led. He said the probe into Iranian-born Chief Superintendent Ali Dizaei had caused a rift between his force and black officers and said it was time to “acknowledge mistakes”. The Commissioner’s comments came after the Met and the Black Police Association agreed to “resolve all disputes” arising out of the multi-million pound inquiry into Mr Dizaei, an outspoken critic of racism. For further information please download this document Dizaei Inquiry (99KB).

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  • When the National Black Police Association (NBPA) was organized in 1972, it created a network between minority officers across the country. Since that time, the number of minority officers has doubled within the Nation’s police departments. For more information please download Report US 2009 TCS  ( 658KB )  this  .pdf document.  <!-- 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 (USA) and ABLE (Canada) Toronto Conference.

    When the National Black Police Association (NBPA) was organized in 1972, it created a network between minority officers across the country. Since that time, the number of minority officers has doubled within the Nation’s police departments. For more information please download Report US 2009 TCS  ( 658KB )  this  .pdf document.  

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