Sal Naseem is the former Regional Director for London at the Independent Office for Police Conduct, where he spent the best part of a decade working in the police accountability framework in England and Wales. Sal is currently Assistant Director of Insight, Policy & Strategy at Birmingham City Council, and an independent panel member at the National Fire Chiefs Council, supporting their work on culture and inclusion.
Sal has worked on some of the most high profile misconduct cases featuring the Metropolitan Police Service in recent years. As the Strategic Lead on Discrimination his work focused on stop and search, racism, misogyny, and police culture. Sal sat on the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) Police Race Action Plan Board, and the NPCC National Diversity Equality and Inclusion Board as an independent member. Sal has a law degree from the University of Glasgow and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He is the winner of the national Equality Diversity and Inclusion Award from the FDA Union in 2023.
Male allyship. Two rather innocuous words, however two words when used in the context of tackling the issues around male violence against women and girls (MVAWG), misogyny, and sexism that...
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