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Police diversity inquiry

Inquiry

The Home Affairs Committee says "urgent and radical action" is needed to tackle the gross under-representation of black and minority ethnic people in the police forces of England and Wales, which the police service has "consistently failed to address" over several decades.

Government Response

Reports, special reports and government responses

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1st Report - Police diversity
Inquiry Police diversity inquiry
HC 27
Report
Response to this report
2nd Special Report - Police diversity: Government Response to the Committee's First Report of Session 2016–17
HC 612
Special Report
2nd Special Report - Police diversity: Government Response to the Committee's First Report of Session 2016–17
Inquiry Police diversity inquiry
HC 612
Special Report

Oral evidence transcripts

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12 April 2016
Inquiry Police diversity inquiry
Witnesses Former Chief Superintendent Dal Babu OBE, Janet Hills, President, National Black Police Association, and Inspector Mustafa Mohammed, President, National Association of Muslim Police; Chief Constable Dee Collins (temporary), West Yorkshire Police, Chief Constable Dave Thompson QPM, West Midlands Police, and Robin Wilkinson, Director of People and Change, Metropolitan Police
Oral Evidence
National Association of Muslim Police Response (PDI0009)
Chief Constable Dave Thompson QPM, West Midlands Police (PDI0008)
Chief Constable Iain Spittal, Cleveland Police (PDI0007)

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