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The Young Review

Oct 09, 2013

Improving outcomes for Muslim and African/Caribbean young male offenders

An Independent Review led by Baroness Young of Hornsey

In March 2013 BTEG in partnership with Clinks and Baroness Young of Hornsey held a roundtable meeting in Westminster to discuss how we can better address the challenge of improving outcomes for Black Asian and Minority Ethnic offenders, through the commissioning process particularly within the context of the huge changes happening across the offender management system.

How do we recruit more Black, Asian and Minority ethnic Police officers?

Oct 08, 2013

Mark Blake

I had the pleasure of attending a community based conference in the great city of Liverpool last week at the Al Ghazali Centre. The Al Ghazali Centre is a community centre based in Liverpool which was established in the early 1990’s by the local Yemeni community and serves a mixed multicultural population.

The conference brought together members from the local communities and representatives from Merseyside Police to discuss ethnic minority recruitment into the Police.

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