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Stop and search reforms have led to racial profiling, says NBPA

Relaxation of the stop and search rules has led to an increase in targeting BAME people, the National Black Police Association has claimed.

Concerned: Tola Munro of the NBPA

Concerned: Tola Munro of the NBPA

Date - 1st November 2019
By - Chris Smith
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The NBPA has said the proportionate use of Section 60 laws can work to reduce knife crime but warned changes made by ministers had resulted in a “knee jerk reaction” that “alienates those very communities that are most...
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