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Policing, Recruitment, Retention and Relations in Racially Minoritised Communities

The Office of The Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) for Derbyshire asked for public experiences in a survey on 'Policing, Recruitment, Retention and Relations in Racially Minoritised Communities' to help the Police and Crime Commissioner to have a clearer picture of recruitment and retention issues and provide insight into tensions/issues impacting Police - Ethncally Minoritised Community Relations in Derby and Derbyshire.

 

The survey is designed for the OPCC to gather opinions and experiences from members of the community. The survey assesses four key components

  • Background: General Attitudes Towards Crime and Policing
  • Policing, Community Contact and Outcomes
  • Policing, Community Experiences and Perceptions
  • Racially Minoritised Community Recruitment and Retention  

The results will be used by the OPCC to enhance policing recruitment and retention and contribute to thought and action around addressing and improving current police-community relations.


The survey closed on May 17th  2021.


If you have any questions about the survey, please contact Sonya Robotham at the TASKFORCE via email at sonyar.spectrumd@gmail.com or contact the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office on Telephone: 0300 122 6000.
Thank you so much for contributing to making a difference.

 
 
 
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