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How will the enhancement of police powers in light of Covid-19 impact on the black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) community?

Mar 27, 2020

EQUAL recognises the need to use police powers to ensure compliance with social distancing policies to curb the spread of Covid-19, however, we are concerned about the impact this may have on disproportionality in policing. 

COVID 19 and Police powers

Mar 27, 2020

The worldwide Corona pandemic and the UK government’s response to it has impacted every aspect of our lives, from the way we work (from home), to the way we shake hands (the Corona elbow bump) to the way we socialise (we don’t).

Introducing EQUAL's new Head of Policy

Jan 07, 2020

My name is Shadae Cazeau and I would like to introduce myself as the new Head of Policy for EQUAL.

Learning from the Young Review recommendations - the reports

Jul 01, 2015 - Comments: 0

The launch of the new Transforming Rehabilitation contracts in April 2015 saw some of the biggest changes to services for offenders in a generation, with consortiums of private and  voluntary sector providers giving packages of support from  prison into the community and delivering these services to offenders with sentences of less than a year.

Will these new structures and interventions improve outcomes for black, Asian and minority  ethnic (BAME) offenders who experience some of the poorest outcomes across the offender population?

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