stopsearch Archive

  • NBPA Press Release – Response to comments on stop & search by Trevor Phillips “I applaud the Policing Minister Nick Hurd’s swift rebuttal of siren calls. I am also calling on the Met Commissioner to hold her nerve, and for Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London to give her the additional police officers needed, including recruiting directly from those affected communities – lets ignore ill-informed knee jerk reactions and political rhetoric to fuel discrimination of minority communities.” Tola Munro, President of the National Black Police Association Press Release – Response to Comments on Stop Search by Trevor Phillips 13.11.18<!-- 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 – Response to comments on stop & search by Trevor Phillips

    NBPA Press Release – Response to comments on stop & search by Trevor Phillips “I applaud the Policing Minister Nick Hurd’s swift rebuttal of siren calls. I am also calling on the Met Commissioner to hold her nerve, and for Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London to give her the additional police officers needed, including recruiting directly from those affected communities – lets ignore ill-informed knee jerk reactions and political rhetoric to fuel discrimination of minority communities.” Tola Munro, President of the National Black Police Association Press Release – Response to Comments on Stop Search by Trevor Phillips 13.11.18

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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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  •   The NBPA welcomes the Home Secretary’s statement to the House of Commons (30 April 2014) about the police use of stop and search powers. Stop search is a contentious issue across communities and this is particularly true amongst black and minority ethnic people who are still disproportionately subjected to their use. Vice President Nick Glynn, who leads for the NBPA on stop and search said, “Having contributed to the consultation we are pleased that the Home Secretary has reiterated the need for reductions in the use of stop and search, together with a more intelligence led, productive approach. She is […]<!-- 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 -->

    Stop and Search – A priority for NBPA

      The NBPA welcomes the Home Secretary’s statement to the House of Commons (30 April 2014) about the police use of stop and search powers. Stop search is a contentious issue across communities and this is particularly true amongst black and minority ethnic people who are still disproportionately subjected to their use. Vice President Nick Glynn, who leads for the NBPA on stop and search said, “Having contributed to the consultation we are pleased that the Home Secretary has reiterated the need for reductions in the use of stop and search, together with a more intelligence led, productive approach. She is […]

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