SEMPER Scotland actively interacts with young people. Our passion for young adults from the minority ethnic communities to become involved in the Scottish socio-political processes cannot be overstated. We will carry on working with them to highlight, celebrate and spread ideas like justice, respect and compassion throughout their communities.
Indeed, it goes without saying that the promotion of policing as a prospective career features prominently in our activities.
We hope that by engaging with them both formally and informally, they can get a better understanding of policing and, where possible, positively influence procedures and strategies.
Speak Up Be Heard
What is it
It’s an informal session with young adults from minority ethnic communities and the police with discussions around their views/experiences on policing in Scotland in general and their region in particular. Of course, as this is about interaction, the young people will have the opportunity to ask police officers and police staff about life in policing; the recruitment process; the various roles.
We are always looking for young adults to participate in our Speak Up Be Heard forums.
If you are interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org