Position Statement Archive

  • The National Black Police Association has decided positions on a number of areas. They are published here and may be quoted.  Press/Media: These are subject to change and you should link here to use the most recent document. NBPA Position Statement on COVID-19 Notes: Letter from Chief Constable Andy Rhodes, Lancashire Police & NPCC Lead on Wellbeing to Tola Munro, President NBPA 26 05 20 Letter from Deputy Chief Constable Phil Cain, North Yorkshire Police & NPCC Race, Religion & Belief Group to BAME Staff Networks Leads re COVID-19<!-- 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 -->

    Position Statement on BAME Susceptibility to COVID-19

    The National Black Police Association has decided positions on a number of areas. They are published here and may be quoted.  Press/Media: These are subject to change and you should link here to use the most recent document. NBPA Position Statement on COVID-19 Notes: Letter from Chief Constable Andy Rhodes, Lancashire Police & NPCC Lead on Wellbeing to Tola Munro, President NBPA 26 05 20 Letter from Deputy Chief Constable Phil Cain, North Yorkshire Police & NPCC Race, Religion & Belief Group to BAME Staff Networks Leads re COVID-19

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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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  • The National Black Police Association has decided positions on a number of areas. They are published here and may be quoted.  Press/Media: These are subject to change and you should link here to use the most recent document. NBPA Position Statement on Positive Discrimination Further briefing note provided by Lawrence Davies, Director of Equal Justice Solicitors – lawrencedavies@equaljustice.co.uk<!-- 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 -->

    Position Statement on Positive Discrimination

    The National Black Police Association has decided positions on a number of areas. They are published here and may be quoted.  Press/Media: These are subject to change and you should link here to use the most recent document. NBPA Position Statement on Positive Discrimination Further briefing note provided by Lawrence Davies, Director of Equal Justice Solicitors – lawrencedavies@equaljustice.co.uk

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