Next in our Customer Spotlight series we find out more about BPACT
Who are BPACT?
BPACT (The Black Police Association Charitable Trust) was established in 2002 as the education, development and delivery arm of the Metropolitan Black Police Association (MetBPA).
BPACT was formed as a separately constituted registered charity so that the lobbying, recruitment and equalities work of parent body the Black Police Association did not conflict or distract from the core mission of the MetBPA. BPACT runs workshops, training events and projects under the VOYAGE brand: Voice Of Youth And Genuine Empowerment.
“Our charities vision is about empowering young black men and women in our communities to lead positive lives and, to also be leaders and to become leaders and carry out change and transformation in their own communities.”
Paul Anderson MBE, Chief Executive, BPACT
Discover more about the work, changes & achievements of BPACT Voyage
Why not take a few minutes to watch this short video where we quiz Paul Anderson MBE to understand more about the work BPACT do, their current programmes, their vision and why the following words are so important to the work they do:
Young people, black police association, reduce crime, build trust, criminal justice
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