Surrey Police sets up Muslim officers' support group

Elmbridge Guardian: Surrey Police sets up Muslim officers' support group Surrey Police sets up Muslim officers' support group

A support group for Muslim officers has been set up by Surrey Police.

The Surrey Association of Muslim Police wants to promote a better understanding of Islam within the force, as well as work with the Muslim community to create trust and confidence in policing.

The chairman of the group, PC Kamran Yaqub, said: “The association will perform a unique and vital role with one of its main objectives being to build trust and confidence through community engagement between the Muslim community and the police, as well as the wider Surrey community.

“We will also work to promote the recruitment, retention and progression of Muslim officers and staff and serve the force by being a vital point of contact whenever Muslim-related issues arise.”

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