National Conference Policing, Mental Health & Black Briton: Coercion or Care?

Minister of State for Health Norman Lamb MP, Shadow Health Minister Andy Burnham MP, the Metropolitan Police’s lead for Mental Health Commander Christine Jones and West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner Bob Jones will be  among the speakers at the first national conference on policing and mental health organised by Black Mental Health UK(BMH UK) & the African […]

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Concerns Policing and Mental Health Commission moves mislead the community

Concerns have been raised by human rights campaigns group Black Mental Health UK that calls to the community to engage in a consultation on policing and mental health may mislead people into believing that a concerted effort is being made to improve the treatment of black mental health service users that come in contact with […]

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Met Police commission on policing and mental health slammed as a ‘cosmetic exercise’

The exclusion of any agency which has worked in the area of deaths in custody and mental health, particularly from the UK’s African Caribbean communities where the deaths rates are highest, has led to accusations that the Mets new Commission on Policing and Mental Health is nothing more than a cosmetic exercise and will not […]

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It’s easy to find love online as long as you are white according to research

According to Online Dating Newsletter over 20 million people visit online dating sites every month and this trend is certainly set to rise, but whilst the exciting prospects of a global online world where people appear to be colourblind attracts many, research suggests that if you are from a black or minority ethnic group you […]

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