Commitment to being an anti-discriminatory organisation
Gloucestershire Constabulary has declared that it is committed to being an anti-discriminatory organisation.
The pledge will be included on a range of Constabulary publications and on its website.
It is intended to demonstrate that the Constabulary is committed not only to acting in a non-discriminatory way, but addressing systemic inequalities, disadvantage and discrimination.
Chief Constable Rod Hansen said: “As Chief Constable, I believe unequivocally that committing ourselves to becoming an anti-discriminatory organisation is the right thing for us to do.
“This means not only acting in a non-discriminatory way, but addressing systemic inequalities, disadvantage and discrimination. It fits with our values, with our Corporate Strategy, and in how we want to police our county – with the full consent and support of all the communities who live in Gloucestershire.
“We also know we still have work to do to improve trust and confidence within our communities but we wanted to show how important this is to us.
“Placing this commitment on our website, in our letterheads and our publications is a representation of those values we hold dear as a Constabulary and the standards we expect of our staff.
“We welcome being held to account over this commitment and will look to use all opportunities to improve our culture and how we operate.”
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