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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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  • The NBPA UK has been sending a delegation to the US NBPA since 1998 and has utilised this event to develop members and create unique partnerships with international organisations that share our experiences and have made significant progress compared to the UK experience,we take this opportunity to participate in workshops, network learn and discuss a range of issues. For more information please download  National Black Police Association US NBPA Report (5.16MB)  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 -->

    National Black Police Association US NBPA Report

    The NBPA UK has been sending a delegation to the US NBPA since 1998 and has utilised this event to develop members and create unique partnerships with international organisations that share our experiences and have made significant progress compared to the UK experience,we take this opportunity to participate in workshops, network learn and discuss a range of issues. For more information please download  National Black Police Association US NBPA Report (5.16MB)  this  .pdf document.

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  • This is a brief executive summary of an NBPA commissioned qualitative analysis of local BPA perspectives on post Stephen Lawrence progress within the Police Service. The research was conducted via a nationwide survey in 2009 by the NBPA. For further information please Stephen Lawrence 10 yr anniversary report 2009 NBPA 10 year review research NBPA SLI 10 year review report<!-- 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 -->

    Stephen Lawrence NBPA Review 2009

    This is a brief executive summary of an NBPA commissioned qualitative analysis of local BPA perspectives on post Stephen Lawrence progress within the Police Service. The research was conducted via a nationwide survey in 2009 by the NBPA. For further information please Stephen Lawrence 10 yr anniversary report 2009 NBPA 10 year review research NBPA SLI 10 year review report

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  • The Case for Equality and Diversity Winsor Review – 29th October 2010 Introduction The National Black Police Association [NBPA] comprises of 46 Affiliated Associations established within Police Constabularies and Agencies across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. As a Charity, Its’ objective is to promote good race relations and equality of opportunity within the Police Services of the United Kingdom and the wider community. For further information please download this “NBPA Consultation Response-Winsor Review” 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 Consultation Response

    The Case for Equality and Diversity Winsor Review – 29th October 2010 Introduction The National Black Police Association [NBPA] comprises of 46 Affiliated Associations established within Police Constabularies and Agencies across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. As a Charity, Its’ objective is to promote good race relations and equality of opportunity within the Police Services of the United Kingdom and the wider community. For further information please download this “NBPA Consultation Response-Winsor Review” document.

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  • The ways in which societies are policed have been enhanced greatly by rapidly-improving technology. It has improved efficiency, reliability and, more importantly, it has proved invaluable in protecting lives. A brief look at the ways in which we communicate, compared to the previous few generations is one of the more obvious demonstrations of this. Radio technology now complements email and wireless technology, for instance, making for much faster and much more effective communication, which has helped to prevent crime as well as allow us to respond to crime much more quickly. Scientists have now discovered more efficient ways of recognising […]<!-- 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 -->

    DNA Breakthrough

    The ways in which societies are policed have been enhanced greatly by rapidly-improving technology. It has improved efficiency, reliability and, more importantly, it has proved invaluable in protecting lives. A brief look at the ways in which we communicate, compared to the previous few generations is one of the more obvious demonstrations of this. Radio technology now complements email and wireless technology, for instance, making for much faster and much more effective communication, which has helped to prevent crime as well as allow us to respond to crime much more quickly. Scientists have now discovered more efficient ways of recognising […]

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