IOPC Annual report and plans announced & annual deaths report

IOPC websiteall credits: IOPC
published: September 2020

In September 2020 the Independent Office for Police Misconduct (IOPC) released details of their Impact report and Strategic plan for the period 2018-2022, setting out improvement plans for policing practice and reducing future risks.

The following is transcribed from the IOPC website.

Impact report
Our second annual Impact report shows how our work is making a difference by influencing improvements in policing practice and reducing future risks. It sets out our impact in four priority areas of police accountability, using learning, working with others and being an effective organisation.

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FREE or subsidised counselling & Mental Health First Aid courses

Counselling Project postersource: A Father’s Child Services
published:  October 2020

A Father’s Child Services is a West Midlands based community interest company that offers face to face, online and telephone counselling sessions, training and more.

“We aim to steer the preventative flagship rather than just dealing with the aftermath of trauma and distress by providing affordable therapeutic services.  Working towards a Better Well-Being and ‘Better Outcomes.”

– Michelle Kelly (founder) –

Subsidised Counselling

A Father’s Child Services CIC are currently offering six sessions of counselling for just £30 – terms & conditions apply.

Sessions normally take place on Wednesdays at their Birmingham base from 9am to 2pm – Starting 21 October 2020.

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RAAH.Fest 2020: Enjoy live performances, support the Family Fund and others

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source: RAAH.Fest
published: 14 October 2020

It’s almost time! Mark the date, enjoy live performances, support the National Memorial Family Fund and others.

RAAH. Fest is an online festival streaming via YouTube on the 24 October 2020. It is a charity music festival to amplify the voices of young people affected by migration displacement, human trafficking and racial discrimination.

​RAAH.Fest is 100% run by volunteers and supports people and charities in the youth sector.

The eight-hour festival will feature performances from 30 artists including Inoxia, Poppy Ajudha, Joy Crookes, and Gabrielle Aplin.

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