First Asian police officer 'would join police again now'

First Asian police officer 'would join police again now'

One of the first ethnic minority police officers in the UK said he would still join the police 50 years on.
Mohammed Daar became a PC in Coventry with West Midlands Police in 1966.
He said he did not encounter racism and was accepted by colleagues and the public before leaving two years later.
Mr Daar, who inspired his brother to join the police, said they "feel lucky" to have opened the doors for others to join.
A serving officer with Tanzanian police, Mr Daar said he came to the UK with a lot of experience and said he did not think about the impact or "making... read more

12 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 40
Source: BBC

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