Policing in Modern Britain: What would build trust on race?Event type: Webinar
Policing in Modern Britain: What would build trust on race?
Sign up for this webinar via Zoom here.
Policing has been central to the debate about race and fairness in Britain over many years. Join to watch our expert panel debate and scrutinise the recommendations of the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities’ latest report, discuss the scope and limits of progress to date on race and policing, and set out their views on what needs to change now. There will be an opportunity to submit questions to the panel.
The event will consider questions like:
- What are the lessons of what works and what does not in police and community engagement?
- All police forces are significantly less diverse than the communities they serve. What are the legitimate and effective routes to speed up change?
- How best can national and local policy-makers catalyse progress in policing and rebuild public trust amongst the communities they serve?
- Keith Fraser, Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities (CRED) Commissioner
- Wendy Williams CBE, HM Inspector of Constabulary
- Duwayne Brooks OBE, Social justice campaigner and member of the Windrush Cross-Government Working Group
- Sunder Katwala, Director of British Future (Chair)
Further speakers to be announced.
Date & time: 1.30pm – 3.00pm, Wednesday 16th June
This independent event is kindly supported by the Cabinet Office.