Webinar – Stamping out police Sexism – The Independent

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Date: Friday, 8th March 2024

Time: 18:30 – 19:30 GMT

How can Britain’s police forces rid themselves of institutionalised misogyny and predatory behaviour?

To mark International Women’s Day The Independent is bringing together a panel of experts, including Crime Correspondent Amy-Clare Martin and Director of VictimFocus Dr Jessica Taylor, to discuss how Britain’s police forces are tackling violence against women and attempting to stamp out institutionalised sexism.

Three years on from the kidnap and murder of Sarah Everard by Met Police officer Wayne Couzens, the panel will explore what’s changed in forces across the country – if anything – and what work still needs to be done.

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Running time: 60 minutes

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