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Share your views and shape work on the national Race Action Plan

Alert message sent 24/05/2022 18:47:00

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A survey has opened asking those with interest or expertise in race in policing to share their views and shape important work following the launch of a Police Race Action Plan.

The survey comes as Thames Valley Police has today (24/5) welcomed the launch of the Police Race Action Plan which sets out the commitment of Chief Constables to become an anti-racist police service and to explain or reform race disparities.

The College of Policing will analyse feedback from the survey and the responses received will inform decisions on any future development and implementation of the Plan.

Work is already underway on the Thames Valley Police Race Action Plan, led by Assistant Chief Constable Dennis Murray QPM.

Assistant Chief Constable Murray from Thames Valley Police said:
“The service we provide to our communities and the environment we create for our people must be actively anti-racist, anti-discriminatory and inclusive for all.

“Thames Valley Police is more inclusive, more diverse and more reflective of our communities than we have ever been, however we must not be complacent. We need to ensure we have a consistent approach that turns our intent into action in ensuring that Thames Valley Police is, and remains, an actively anti-discriminatory organisation. 

“We are fully committed to the national Race Action Plan. While it focuses on Black communities, we recognise our Thames Valley communities are diverse and they are also affected by some of the same issues.

“Over the coming months, we will be reaching out to our seldom-heard communities and creating meaningful relationships to inform our work to improve the service we provide.”

Further information on this can be found on the Thames Valley Police website.

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