Police Race Action Plan

How we're working to make policing anti-racist and reform or explain race disparities.

The Police Race Action Plan sets out changes across policing to improve outcomes for Black people who work within or interact with policing.

The plan was developed jointly by the College of Policing and the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC), working in collaboration with Black communities and partners – including the National Black Policing Association (NBPA) and an independent scrutiny and oversight board (ISOB). It has the commitment of all 43 chief constables in England and Wales.

It aims to address:

  • disparities affecting Black people
  • lower levels of trust and confidence in the police among some Black people

Have your say

We are inviting feedback on the Police Race Action Plan via a survey. We welcome all views, from both inside and outside of policing.

The survey closes on Sunday 28 August.

Take the survey

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