Central London

About the event

Event background:

Based on the Home Office findings, 93.4% of police officers were white, and only 6.6% from BAME groups. Whilst the number of BAME officers has almost doubled over the past decade, the number making senior ranks remains stubbornly low (at just 3.7%). Much more needs to be done to correct this overwhelming imbalance. 

The BAME in Policing conference explores the role of BAME individuals in policing and offers practical advice and coaching on how to develop your career and leadership capabilities in times of change. We will discuss together how we can manage the challenges of modern leadership and help ensure we don't lose momentum in recruiting, recognising and rewarding BAME leaders in policing.

Why attend:

  • Explore ways to raise the visibility of BAME individuals in policing
  • Examine the barriers currently facing BAME individuals in policing and hear how to overcome them
  • Identify the unique leadership challenges and opportunities facing BAME people in policing today
  • Understand when and how ethnicity plays a role in both organisational and personal advancement
  • Learn how successful individuals negotiate for what they need to be effective leaders
  • Gain a deeper understanding of the skills, qualities and attributes needed to be a successful leader
  • Create a lasting network of BAME colleagues & leaders across the sector who are effecting change in policing today

Who should attend?

BAME in Policing is aimed at all those who aspire to increase BAME representation across the police workforce as well as those looking to move into a leadership role or those already in a senior role looking to progress. Presentations and workshops offer practical advice and coaching relevant to all BAME people across the whole police workforce.

Speakers include:

  • PCC Sunita Gamblin, Deputy Chief Constable, Lancashire Police
  • PCC Hardyal Singh Dhindsa, Police & Crime Commissioner, Derbyshire Police
  • Jo Noakes, Director of Workforce Development, College of Policing
  • Tola Munro, President, National Black Police Association
  • Janet Hills, Chair, Met Black Police Association
  • Javid Rana, Chair, Association of Muslim Police
  • Kulbir Pasricha, Domestic Abuse and Hate Crime Manager, Kent Police

Registration:

Registrations for the BAME in Policing conference can be made here

Pricing:

Public Sector
1 Place £295 (+VAT)
4+ Places £250 each (+VAT)

Corporates
1 Place £695 (+VAT)