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Employment Opportunities - Developing Community Policing and Violence Reduction Frameworks

The Developing Community Policing and Violence Reduction Frameworks project is a new ground-breaking community policing/public health initiative pioneered by Blaksox, a black social movement, in service to Black Men 4 Change (BM4C). BM4C network represents over 60 black individuals and organisations who have come together to focus on issues facing the African and Caribbean community and pioneer self-help responses to effect change.

The project, led by Black Training and Enterprise Groups (BTEG), seeks to develop and rollout a two-year national engagement/consultation programme with the aim of developing a Community Policing and Public Health consultative framework, in consultation with African and Caribbean descent communities in England and Wales, 

We are now seeking to recruit three ‘can do’ individuals to take the project forward. The project has vacancies for:

A Senior Researcher (full-time, £35,000 pro rata 3 months)

A Funding Lead (full-time, £28,000 pro rata 3 months) 

A Project Administrator (full-time, £22,000 pro rata 3 months)

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They will work over 12 weeks to construct a national project application for charitable funding to support this project. Secondments will be considered.

Closing date for applications: 5:00 pm 4 June 2021

Phase One is supported by the Lankelly Chase Foundation

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