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Youth and Police Interactive Forum to be held in London

Pauline Long, the founder of BEFFTA Awards will address the Youth and Police Interactive Forum alongside the Mayor of London Boris Johnson.

The event organised by Pathway Sports, aims at changing the mindset of youth towards the Met police and vice-varsa.

The event will look at ways the Met police and youth can work together to build and create a positive environment, eliminate segregation, crime and racism.

It will take place on 19th October 2013, from 12:00 to 14:00 at the Greenwich Community College 95, Plumstead Road, London – SE18 7DQ.

Other guests who will address the forum include: Sir Bernard Howe, Metropolitan Police Commissioner; Neil Wragg MBE; Chris Robert, Head of Royal Borough of Greenwich Council; Mayor of Greenwich Cllr Angela Cornforth; Jackie Smith, MP; Nick Raynsford, MP; Len Duval (GLA); HE. Dr. Dalhatu Tafida OFR CFR; Sky Andrews; Michael Essien; Jed McCroy (Swindon Town FC) and many more.

This is a chance for the youth and the police to interact and openly ask each other questions.

All, especially young people are strongly encouraged to attend this free event. Lunch will be served.

For more info please contact [email protected]

YOUTH AND POLICE INTERACTIVE FORUM
Greenwich Community College
95 Plumstead Rd
SE18 7DQ London
United Kingdom
Saturday, 19th October 2013 from 12:00 to 16:00 (BST)
 

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