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New funding available to support the undertaking of a review into implementing anti-racism in a police context.

“It is not enough to be alert to racism and deal with it on a case-by-case basis. Nor is it enough simply to be non-racist. Police Scotland needs to be anti-racist”.

Former Chief Constable for Police Scotland, Sir Ian Livingston

In partnership with Police Scotland and the Scottish Police Authority, SIPR is providing funding as part of our responsive research fund to undertake a review into Implementing anti-racism in a police context.

A maximum of £20,000 is being make available to identify, review, and synthesise primary qualitative and quantitative literature on the implementation and assessment of organisational anti-racism policies and practices, with a focus on its application in a police context.

This fund seeks to meet immediate policing needs, therefore, the turnaround is rapid and expected to begin no later than 29 Feb 2024 and be completed by 30 August 2024.

For full information and to download an application form click here.

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