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NOT LONG TO GO - Join the #WeCops team, @DCCWoods and @region8rep as we discuss Roads Policing.

If you've not done so already, there's still time to digest the pre-read - link is below.

See you at 21:00!

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Productive catch up with the the committee, reviewing and updating all our work streams. #excitingtimes #workinprogress #watchthisspace

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Have your say on the future direction of the College.

We’ve launched a review of the College and we’d like you to get involved and have your say about how we can best support everyone in policing: https://t.co/20lLkOBUId

Share your views before 30 April.

Could you shape and scrutinise a new, ambitious Plan of Action on Inclusion and Race?

We need an independent expert to check and challenge us to change policing for the better.

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The British Association for Women in Policing was founded to empower the Police services’ strong, hardworking women. The organisation’s mission is to continue to ensure that women’s voices in policing are both heard and understood.

Gender equality within policing is an integral part of BAWP’s mission and the organisation plays a significant role in providing a platform for women within in the industry.

With representatives across the UK, including the British Transport Police, Royal Navy Police, National Crime Agency and Isle of Man Constabulary, we work with both national and geographic forces and law enforcement responsibilities.

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