On Thursday 16th October 2014, at 6pm, at City Hall in Bradford, Bradford District Hate Crime Partnership are Launching a Youth Scrutiny Panel.
The Panel is for Young People aged 15-20 years.
Members of the group will work with the Police and Bradford Youth Development Partnership to review Hate crimes and Stop and Search reports submitted by officers.
They will offer advice to the Police on the way the cases are dealt with, what Police did well, what Police could do better and how the District can improve services for Victims of Hate Crime.
The group will find this is an opportunity to influence policing in the communities, learn more about Hate Crime and the way the Police deal with things, and gain valuable knowledge for their futures.
The Launch is part of Hate Crime Week 2014 and will be attended by Police and Crime Commissioner Mark Burns-Williamson, Council Leader Mike Green, Bradford District Police, Bradford Youth Development Partnership, Bradford Hate Crime Alliance and other partners.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Youth Scrutiny Panel or you work with Young People who would like to be involved, please contact PC 696 Fiona Butterfield, Bradford District Hate Crime Coordinator for more information.
Leave your details with the police call centre on Tel 101, or email Fiona directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.”