Plan feedback survey

Plan feedback survey

1. Introduction

The Police Race Action Plan has been developed jointly by the College of Policing and the National Police Chiefs’ Council with input from stakeholders, including the National Black Police Officers’ Association, and the Independent Scrutiny and Oversight Board Chair, as well as the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners.

Our vision is for a police service that is anti-racist and trusted by Black people.

The Plan seeks to create an anti-racist culture, mind-set, values, and behaviours within policing. This will inform all operational policing practice, improving the experience and outcomes for Black people. It will enable the lived experience of our Black communities, officers, and staff to have a direct influence on our policies and practices going forward.

This survey offers respondents the opportunity to contribute views that will shape the Police Race Action Plan and its ongoing implementation. We welcome views from anyone with an interest in this area, including anti-racist organisations, community groups, members of the public, and police officers and staff.

The College of Policing will analyse feedback from this survey and the responses we receive will inform decisions on any future development and implementation of the Plan. We will not be able to respond directly to respondents regarding the feedback they provide, but we commit to publishing a response on the NPCC and College of Policing websites. All survey responses are held confidentially and reporting on individual responses will be at an aggregate, anonymous level. 

For this project, the College is the primary Data Controller for data disclosed by survey participants. The College is registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office under registration reference: Z3458257. Following the conclusion of this project, all data will be held securely by the College of Policing for 5 years, after which time it will be securely destroyed. The College of Policing takes its legislative responsibilities under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) very seriously. If you have any concerns regarding the processing of your information in this regard, please do not hesitate to contact the College of Policing Data Protection Officer at: For further information about your rights under GDPR, please see the full Privacy Notice on the College of Policing website.

We greatly appreciate you taking the time to provide feedback, thank you.

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