Cancelled - EDI Challenges & Opportunities for Policing
Start Date: 15/1/2020
End Date: 15/1/2020
Geography Junior Lab, 1st Floor Extension, Tower Building Add to Calendar Organiser: ED&I School of Social Sciences firstname.lastname@example.org
The first School ED&I seminar of 2020 will take place on January 15th 12.30 – 2pm: ED&I Challenges and Opportunities for Policing in Scotland, with Deputy Chief Constable Fiona Taylor.
Lunch will be available from 12.30pm with the seminar commencing at 1pm.
Please do come along and join us for what proves to be a really interesting discussion.
Deputy Chief Constable Fiona Taylor is responsible for Police Scotland's People and Professionalism portfolio.
She has executive responsibility for the following areas of business:
• People and Development
• Professionalism and Assurance
• Legal Services
• Corporate Communications
DCC Taylor has over 24 years of experience serving as a senior officer with Lincolnshire Police, Lothian & Borders Police, Strathclyde Police and the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS). Prior to leaving the MPS in December 2017, Fiona was Temporary Assistant Commissioner for Professionalism with strategic oversight and leadership of the Directorate of Professional Standards, Met Training, the Serious Crime Review Group and Operational Support Services. DCC Taylor was the MPS lead on the Public Inquiry into Undercover Policing (UCPI) and was responsible for concluding activity following the independent Henriques review into the MPS’s handling of a number of high profile historical sexual abuse investigations. DCC Taylor was appointed Police Scotland Deputy Chief Constable - Professionalism in August 2018 and appointed as Designated Deputy Chief Constable on 28 March 2019.