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Improving Policing for Black People


The Police Race Action Plan is the biggest coordinated effort ever across every police force in England and Wales to improve trust and confidence in policing among Black communities.

Every Chief Constable has signed up to support the plan and achieve its objectives, the first time there has been such a coordinated, unified response across policing to making the vital improvements envisaged under the plan.
Policing is determined to become an anti-racist organisation that actively roots out bias and discrimination from our ranks. Delivering the long term, institutional changes we want in things like culture, outcomes and behaviour will take time. But there has never been so much support, focus and determination to ensure policing is representative of and can be trusted by Black communities across the country.



Birmingham City Council Launch Campaign To Boost Blood Pressure Testing To Prevent Heart Attacks and Strokes


Birmingham City Council have launched a campaign aiming to encourage more local people to get their blood pressure checked.
The campaign is part of the Million Hearts Programme, a cardiovascular health initiative, and is being delivered in partnership with Birmingham and Solihull Integrated Care System and its Healthy Hearts Scheme. It comes after research found that 3 in 10 adults with high blood pressure go undiagnosed. High blood pressure is a common yet less-known cause of wider cardiovascular diseases, the leading cause of death in England. Birmingham City Council are particularly looking to encourage Black African and Black Caribbean individuals to get their blood pressure checked, with people in these communities often being affected by unexpected cardiovascular disease, due to lower blood pressure testing rates.



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