Campaign Against Antisemitism has recently completed the delivery of a multi-part training course to Essex Police.
The training was provided to around 60 police officers and other staff over the course of three sessions.
The training follows past engagement with the force on antisemitism cases, and we have delivered similar courses to other forces in the past, including Devon and Cornwall Police.
The material in the course has been described by officers as “ very useful” and “highly informative”, drawing on the personal perspectives and experiences of the course leaders, as well as their expertise.
One police officer has previously said: “I would recommend this training to anyone who wants to know more about antisemitism and for anyone who thinks that there is no longer a problem with hatred against Jews.”
We are grateful to Essex Police officers for their positive engagement with the training and are confident that they will apply insights into their policing.
Campaign Against Antisemitism regularly provides antisemitism training to regulators, police forces, public bodies, university societies and other institutions, free of charge.
If you would like to arrange antisemitism training for your association, please e-mail [email protected].