Wiltshire Police needs your views on diversity and inclusion in local policing – public meeting in Salisbury

8th November 2018, 4:01pm | By Karen |

Wiltshire Police is holding a public consultation meeting in Salisbury this month to seek views of local communities in the south of the county to help develop a new Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy for Wiltshire.

Deputy Chief Constable Paul Mills will host the meeting on Wednesday 21 November from 6.30pm to 9pm at Fisherton Hall, St Paul’s Church Centre, Fisherton Street, Salisbury SP2 7QW.  Come and share your thoughts on how we can be more inclusive, increase diversity within the Force and develop a plan that reflects the needs of the whole community.

Follow this link to register your free place: https://www.wiltshire.police.uk/article/3376/We-need-your-views   Refreshments are available and all are welcome.

The draft Diversity Strategy is now available to download on our website, together with an online survey for anyone who would like to contribute but cannot attend the meeting.

 

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