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MetBPA’s response to unrest in Ferguson

The tragic events of Ferguson and the subsequent scenes we are witnessing only serve to stress the need for effective community relations between the Police and the local community. It is only through positive engagement that trust and confidence can be built. Without this, people’s views of the police will

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MetBPA’s response to unrest in Ferguson

The tragic events of Ferguson and the subsequent scenes we are witnessing only serve to stress the need for effective community relations between the Police and the local community. It is only through positive engagement that trust and confidence can be built. Without this, people’s views of the police will

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Welcome to the New MetBPA Executive

Congratulations to Janet Hills who has been voted in for a second term as the Chair of the Met Black Police Association (MetBPA). The association held its AGM on the 24th October where elections were held and Janet along with nine other members were voted onto the committee. The new

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MetBPA Festive Meal

Due to popular demand, the MetBPA Women’s Forum are once again hosting the annual ‘MetBPA Festive Meal‘, which will be held on Friday 12th December@  ‘ Caribbean Experience’ at Holiday Inn London – Kensington Forum. Please see the attached flyers for further information.  This year, as we are celebrating our 20th Anniversary, we have decided to hold the meal in the evening as opposed to our

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The NBPA Annual Training Conference & AGM

The NBPA Annual Training Conference & AGM and The MetBPA 20th Anniversary Celebrations London 2014 We would like to extend an invitation to all members to participate in The National Black Police Association AGM and Conference and the MetBPA 20th Anniversary celebrations to be held in London on the 30th and 31st October

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Race discrimination: Met told to review procedures

Diplomatic Protection Group officer wins £37,000 award from force after she was discriminated against on race and sex grounds. Date – 2nd September 2014 By – Ian Weinfass – Police Oracle Employment tribunal judges have told the Met to conduct an independent review of its Fairness at Work procedures. The recommendation comes in

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