What's all this then? Britain's police forces are urged to 'decolonise' their ...

What's all this then? Britain's police forces are urged to 'decolonise' their ...
What's all this then? Britain's police forces are urged to 'decolonise' their ...
What's all this then? Britain's police forces are urged to 'decolonise' their training material in a bid to attract new recruits The College of Policing wants forces to ‘decolonise' training and be more diverse The jargon-filled equality manifesto was sent out to constabularies nationwide The document also encourages police forces to become a ‘Stonewall Champion’ Police forces are also advised to ‘consider introducing gender neutral facilities’

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Police forces have been urged to ‘decolonise’ their training material in a bid to attract new recruits. 

The College of Policing, which sets guidance for the training of police officers, issued the call in a jargon-filled equality manifesto sent to forces nationwide. 

It wants trainers to ‘review curriculums to ensure “decolonisation” of learning content’ and check that teaching methods ‘implement culturally sustaining pedagogy’. 

The guidance is the latest move in a controversial drive by educational institutions to make lessons more diverse, with race campaigners urging them to be more conscious of ethnic minority experiences. 

Forces and universities offering professional policing courses are also being advised to ‘consider introducing gender neutral facilities’ to take account of ‘gender reassignment’ candidates. 

Police forces have been urged to ‘decolonise’ their training material in a bid to attract new recruits from diverse backgrounds

Police forces have been urged to

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