#FaithAndPoliceTogether launch 'Faith Communities Guide to Working with Police' (download here)
It has been over twelve months since I started work on the Faith and Police Together (FnP) project at the end of September 2018. Over the last 12 months I have spoken with, reviewed and visited many organisations across the country that are helping to tackle the key FnP priorities of Addiction, Youth Violence and Loneliness. I have been given the privilege of having a further 12 months secondment to continue this work, promote and embed Faith and Police Together, for which I am very thankful to my Chief Constable Mr Bailey.
Today I am pleased to release the culmination of the last years work “The faith Communities Guide to Engaging with Police”. This guide is a PDF document and has very useful information about ways in which Faith communities can engage with and support the local police with practical guidance around the areas of addiction, youth violence and loneliness and more. It is not an exhaustive list but includes many organisations, ideas and projects that can inspire and support faith communities to set up a project in partnership with the police and other statutory agencies.
I do hope you will find it informative and useful. Please do circulate it far and wide amongst your contact.
Thank you to everyone who has supported and contributed to this work over the last year. I very much appreciate it and look forward to working with you all over the coming 12 months.
Inspector Marie Reavey - #FaithAndPoliceTogether