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Career progression of ethnic minority police officers

Career progression of ethnic minority police officers

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Published by Home Office, Policing and Reducing Crime Unit in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementNick Bland ... [et al.].
SeriesPolice research series -- paper 107
ContributionsBland, Nick., Great Britain. Home Office. Policing and Reducing Crime Unit.
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 58p. :
Number of Pages58
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22061480M
ISBN 101840822619
OCLC/WorldCa41476013

Clearly, the negative perception that ethnic minorities have of the police has hindered police forces' efforts to recruit minority ethnic police officers .   This change in tradition has been met with much scepticism from the general public, serving police officers and other key stakeholders. This chapter explores the thinking behind this controversial move and considers the advantages and drawbacks of a civilian entering the service as a mid-ranking or superordinate police leader.

Kennedy gave an overview of the issue, highlighting the need to increase the numbers of ethnic minority officers and the Forces’ commitment to do so, the inevitable backdrop of cuts to services, but most interestingly for me she spoke of her experience in Northern Ireland as a Minister in the last Labour Government and the reform of the RUC. Surveys of recruits and new police officers consistently indicate they choose law enforcement as a career for two main reasons the nature of the work and the material benefits of the job What percentage of police departments require a four-year college degree for appointment to .

REA purpose and aims. To support the NPIA in increasing the proportion of female. and black and minority ethnic police officers in senior ranks. by: • Assessing the evidence that there are real or perceived barriers to the progression of female and minority ethnic officers in the police service and reasons for these.   Officers in the West Midlands – Britain’s second biggest police force – are seven times more likely to stop an African-Caribbean person than a white person, the Guardian said. Gwent is five times more likely to stop a black person while officers in West Mercia, Avon and Somerset and Warwickshire, are three times more likely to stop ethnic.


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Career progression of ethnic minority police officers. London: Home Office, Policing and Reducing Crime Unit, Research, Development and Statistics Directorate, © (OCoLC) Section 5 Career Paths of Police Officers Criminal Record According to recent statistics, all local police agencies in the United States conduct criminal record checks on all applicants as part of the hiring selection process.

22 Most police agencies will not hire people that have been convicted of felony charges, as most state Police Officer Standards and Training (POST). BibTeX @MISC{Bland99careerprogression, author = {Nick Bland and Gary Mundy and Jacqueline Russell and Nick Bland and Gary Mundy and Jacqueline Russell and Rachel Tuffin and Barry Webb}, title = {Career Progression of Ethnic Minority Police Officers}, year = {}}.

Career Progression of Ethnic Minority Police Officers: Author(s): Nick Bland; Gary Mundy; Jacqueline Russell; Rachel Tuffin: Editor(s): Barry Webb: Date Published: Page Count: Sponsoring Agency: Great Britain Home Office Research Development and Statistics Directorate London, SW1H 9AT, England: Publication Number: ISBN There are three crucial problems in the career progression of ethnic minority police: recruitment, utilisation and retention.

Limited numbers of black and Asian officers are recruited, those who are recruited are differently deployed in terms of their role and rank compared to whites, and ethnic minority officers resign at higher rates than whites. Police - Police - Police and minorities: The relationships between police and ethnic and racial minorities present some of the more enduring and complex problems in policing throughout the world.

Such relationships can be harmonious, but they often are problematic. For example, minorities may be generally deprived of police protection and other services to which they are.

Work is being undertaken within the police to recruit, develop, and retain a diverse police workforce; however the most prominent examples of this, at present, are with regards to the progression of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) officers (e.g.

College of Policing, ). In contrast, there is currently less focus granted at a national level Cited by: 1. Straw sets new ethnic minority recruitment targets for police and set targets for the progression of officers.

Within 10 years a proportion of ethnic minority officers at each level up to the. Policing Minister’s Assessment of Minority Ethnic Recruitment, Retention and Progression in the Police Service 2 The Green Paper outlines our vision to have “A police service that has the trust and confidence of all communities and a service that reflects the communities it serves”.

WeFile Size: KB. Surveys of recruits and new police officers consistently indicate they choose law enforcement as a career for two main reasons. the state of the economy and how the pay and benefits compare to other jobs.

The employment of racial and ethnic minority police officers has. Michigan. The Supreme Court upheld the use of race in law school. A study of eight police forces carried out in late early 99 by the Home Office's own policing and reducing crime unit found that retention figures.

For new joiners, that is, officers who joined the police service in /16, the picture is better still – % of recruits came from an ethnic heritage, which compares more favourably with the.

Issues Facing Women & Minorities. On paper, law enforcement is a rainbow of equal opportunity. Police departments across the nation are supposed to hire without regard to gender or race. CONTACT S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL Phone: Attitudes of People from Minority Ethnic Communities Towards a Career in the Police Service.

London: Home Office, Police Research Series Paper no. Thiéblemont, André. Police officer turnover in Auckland is also higher than in other areas, which means jobs come up more regularly. Police increasing diversity. The Police are actively recruiting more women and more people from minority ethnic groups.

One employer of police officers. All police officers are employed by New Zealand Police. Sources. This article considers some of the barriers to ethnic minority recruitment into the police, as well as those factors that would encourage interest in a police officer career.

Career Progression of Ethnic Minority Police Officers. Home Office Police Research Series Paper London: Home Office. Changing Police Culture: Policing in a Multicultural Society.

Cambridge: (). Chief Constables. ().Author: Ben Bowling and Coretta Phillips. Command structures are an important element of efficient police forces, and officers with the right skills can advance through the ranks.

Not every police career path is the same, but a general timeline provides a good idea of what new officers can expect. Life as an ethnic minority police officer only per cent of police officers are from an ethnic minority. This is compared to per.

Bythe police service had worked hard to increase the recruitment of Black and minority ethnic (BME) and female officers, and aimed to maximise the retention of such officers. Recent evidence indicated, however, that the rates of voluntary resignation for female and BME officers were significantly higher.The recruitment to police forces of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) persons as police officers and police staff is widely regarded as a means of improving police/public relations.

These arguments are reinforced by the results of empirical studies, showing that minority ethnic members of staff were more likely to leave the police force and less likely to ascend (Phillips, ) and indicating that there will be no real changes towards more diversity in the organizational culture as long as minority police officers are not Cited by: