Working with Police and Crime Commissioners to tackle race inequality

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Presented by Criminal Justice Alliance and Centre for Justice Innovation as part of the #TimeToAct series

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Congratulations to all the newly elected Police and Crime Commissioners and Mayors!

On Monday 21st June, Criminal Justice Alliance and the Centre for Justice Innovation will explore how community and grassroots organisations can help shape Police and Crime Plans over the coming months to build trust and tackle race inequality in their region.

You will hear about examples of community engagement, co-production and scrutiny across different parts of the country, reflecting on what works and lessons learned. You will also hear about new Ministry of Justice guidance about supporting Black, Asian and minority ethnic victims of crime and how this should inform commissioning and engagement with specialist victim services.

Event timings: 10.00am - 11.30 am

Speaker line-up:

• Desmond Brown. Independent Chair, Avon and Somerset Lammy Review Group.

• Natasha Plummer . Head of Engagement at MOPAC.

• Youth commissioners from Leaders Unlocked.

• Representatives from the Ministry of Justice Race Disparity Team.

Learn more about the Criminal Justice Alliance on their website.


This is the second installment of #TimeToAct - a brand new three-part series aimed at harnessing the collective voice of voluntary organisations across the Criminal Justice sector, held in partnership between EQUAL, Barrow Cadbury Trust, Clinks and Criminal Justice Alliance.

The final event, hosted by Clinks and Barrow Cadbury Trust, is to be held on 7th July. Details TBC.

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