Changing the culture of the police force – Met steps

Run time: 14:00 – 15:00
The police force in the UK has been under much scrutiny recently as more and more information arises about mistreatment of specific social groups within the force. The need to open up the discussion around significant structural change is now. 
Emma Cunningham from Royal Docks School of Business and Law and Criminology, along with other Law and Policing staff and students, has been studying the lives of racially minoritised policewomen. Together they’ve uncovered profound insight into specific discrimination tactics these women have experienced within the police force. 
Join her and a panel of people with direct experience of this to explore the institution of policing practice, and what can be done on a practical level to effect cultural change for the better. 
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Please note that this event will involve discussions around racism and discrimination

11 September 2024 - 14:00
East Building EB.G.10, UEL Docklands Campus