Conference for Hate Crime Officers Hosted by CST

2 Jul 2015 by CST

This morning CST hosted an awareness conference for over 40 hate crime officers from the Metropolitan Police Service and other constabularies, as well as Police and Crime Commissioner, local authority and several Government departments’ Hate Crime specialists.

The conference provided an opportunity to present and train attendees on the threat of antisemitism in the United Kingdom, and was well received by all present.

CST Chief Executive David Delew welcomed the attendees, and CST staff delivered presentations regarding CST’s nationwide relationship with the police, examining antisemitic and anti-Jewish incidents over the past year and on the current situation with regards to antisemitism in the United Kingdom.

DCI Sam Faulkner and DI Lee Barnard from the Public Protection Unit in the London Metropolitan Police also gave a presentation on hate crime.


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