Equality and Diversity
The police have a right and a duty to stop and talk to members of the public and in certain circumstances to search them. This is done in order to help keep the public safe, and is used to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour, and to prev
Diversity is a term used broadly to refer to differences among people in areas including, but not limited to, age, race, ethnicity, gender, disability, sexual orientation, national or geographic origin, and religion.
A Hate Incident is any incident that is perceived by the victim (or any other person) as being motivated by prejudice or hate. Though it does include criminal offences, it also includes non-criminal actions. For example, a family may feel t
The Diversity Unit is responsible for developing strategy and promoting practical actions that support fairness in the workplace, and the delivery of a police service that is fair to all sectors of the community.