Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe is to retire after five years as the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police. He will stay in his post until February 2017 to allow the Home Secretary and the Mayor of London to appoint a successor. Sir Bernard was appointed to the role on 12 September, 2011.
“As Black History Month approaches and November being the month of remembrance, WASP; West Indian Service Personnel have organised a March of Remembrance on the 2nd October 2016. It is to acknowledge the contributions of Black Service Men and Women. The MetBPA are looking for Officers; unoformed or plain clothed
I gave an interview to the Evening Standard in June. The article appeared in today’s paper – a full three months later. I feel the article – especially the headlines and top paragraphs are not a fair reflection of my views and in important areas it is simply inaccurate. It
Diversity chief admits black men more likely to receive worse treatment than whites but defends Mark Duggan shooting. Scotland Yard’s new head of diversity has said the Met still treats black people worse than white people on the street and blights the careers of its own ethnic minority staff by
The Department of Education is asking all children in schools in England to bring their passports and birth certificates to prove their nationality and country of birth. The Government’s reason for this is to investigate “education tourism“. Schools are required check on nationality status each term. Parents can declare that
The review found that even though there were causal links there was no evidence to suggest that a systemic unlawful act had occurred in breach of the Equality Act. The main investigation was centred on the treatment of officers and staff who complained about gender, race or sexual orientation discrimination.
“The ‘MetBPA Black History Month Celebration Party’ is on Saturday 1st October, 2016 at the luxurious ‘Bojangles Brasserie’, 1 Church Road, Chingford, London E4 6SJ from 9.00pm to 4.00am. Entertainment will be provided by Trevor Sax and DJ Hughie who will be playing the very best in classic soul, RnB,
The 22nd MetBPA Annual General Meeting will be held on Monday 3rd October 2016 at the East Auditorium, 27th floor, Empress State Building, Empress Approach, Lillie Road, London SW6 1TR from 09:00hrs-16:00hrs. The theme of the AGM will be: “Police and the Community – Facing the Future Together” The MetBPA