CST signs information sharing agreement with Nottinghamshire Police

18 Sep 2014 by CST

Deputy Chief Constable Sue Fish of Nottinghamshire Police and CST's Northern Regional Director Amanda Bomsztyk

Deputy Chief Constable Sue Fish of Nottinghamshire Police and CST's Northern Regional Director Amanda Bomsztyk

CST and Nottinghamshire Police today signed an information sharing agreement to help our joint work combating hate crime. This agreement enables us to share anonymised information about antisemitic incidents and hate crimes that occur across Nottinghamshire and follows similar agreements with Greater Manchester Police and the Metropolitan Police in London.

Research shows that most people who report antisemitic incidents will call either CST or the Police, but not both. By sharing information, we increase our ability to support victims and tackle hate crime.

Nottingham University has the largest Jewish Society in the country so today's agreement will be particularly helpful in our work protecting Jewish students from any antisemitism that they may face on campus.

We are proud of our close partnership with the Police across the UK in tackling hate crime and we look forward to signing similar agreements with other Police forces in the future.


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