Fulfilling the legacy of the Stephen Lawrence inquiry report – twenty years on

17:00 – 19:00, Tuesday 16th October, 2018

Geoffrey Manton Building, Manchester Metropolitan University

An Academy for Social Justice Evening Seminar (5pm-7pm) featuring:

Kris Christmann │ Research Fellow | Applied Criminology & Policing Centre | Huddersfield University

Michelle Rogerson │ Senior Research Fellow | Huddersfield University

Neil Monk │ Hate Crime Champion │Victim Support

Rose Simkins │Chief Executive │Stop Hate UK

Almost twenty years on from the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry Report, the under-reporting of hate crime continues to remain a problem across England and Wales.

This free seminar will examine what makes a good hate crime reporting service and introduces the first ‘third-party reporting centre (TPRC) assessment tool’.  Speakers will discuss the tool, which has been designed with practitioners to drive badly needed improvements in effectiveness and productivity for hate crime reporting centres.  They will also share how it can assist Police and Crime Commissioners, local authorities and the police in their commissioning, management and strategic co-ordination of these types of resources.

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Please see here the seminar flyer.

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