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Met roads policing officers to record ethnicity data for vehicle stops

The Metropolitan Police today launched a pilot of collating ethnicity data for vehicle stops by roads policing officers to 'increase public trust and confidence'.

Pilot is part of London Mayor Sadiq Khan's Action Plan to improve trust and transparency in the Metropolitan Police for black Londoners

Pilot is part of London Mayor Sadiq Khan's Action Plan to improve trust and transparency in the Metropolitan Police for black Londoners

Date - 18th January 2021
By - Chloe Livadeas
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It was first announced as part of the Mayor’s action plan published in November 2020. Sadiq Khan also wrote to the Prime Minister to request it be made statutory for police to collect and publish ethnicity data for all road traffic stops under...
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