Sir Peter Fahy, GMP Chief Constable to give Law and Social Justice Lecture
19 Oct 2015
On Wednesday, 11 November 2015 (5pm) in Lecture Theatre B, University Place
The subject of the lecture is Thinking about police and public in a more divided world: reflections on 34 years of policing.
Sir Peter Fahy is leaving policing at the end of October after 34 years' service: 13 of them as a chief constable in Cheshire and Greater Manchester. He has faced many challenges in that time, including drastic funding cuts. Known for championing neighbourhood policing and public sector reform, he has a particular interest in issues of race and diversity and held national police responsibility for the Prevent counter extremism programme. He is taking up a post as Chief Executive of the children's charity Retrak.
The Law and Social Justice Lecture is part of the School of Law’s social responsibility programme.
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