Report of the Female conference 2008




National Association of Muslim Police (2nd Annual Conference)

“Working Towards Community Cohesion”


The National Association of Muslim Police takes this opportunity in inviting you to our 2nd National Annual Conference. Our inaugural conference was a huge success and we hope that with your support we can make this event equally as successful.

This year’s theme will be “Working Towards Community Cohesion”.

The Conference times and venue are 0930-1700hrs on 16 March 2009 NPIA, Leamington Road, Ryton on Dunsmore, Coventry CV8 3EN .

The event is supported by the Home Office, Association of Chief Police Officers, National Policing Improvement Agency, Police Federation of England and Wales, British Association of Women in Policing.

This years Speakers include Rt Hon Vernon Coaker MP (Minister for Policing), Chief Constable Ken Jones (ACPO President), Chief Constable  Peter  Fahy (GMP), Chief Constable Sir Norman Bettison (West Yorks), Chief Constable Stephen Otter (ACPO Race and  Diversity) and Chief Constable Peter Neyroud (NPIA) and community leaders.

Admission will be by invitation only; delegate must register their interest as soon as possible by emailing on

There will be is a charge of £85.00 per delegate for this conference, Please note: NAMP will only accept payment by cheque or by electronic transfer. NAMP will confirm all registrations along with general guidance in the near future.


If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact NAMP.


Report of the inaugural NAMP conference 2008
This has been a very exciting time for The National Association of Muslim Police. We are continuing to expand very quickly. We currently have 6 Association of Muslim Police branches across England, Wales and Scotland. Insha'allah this will be extended by 8 shortly, making a total of 14 AMP's in the Police service.
The National Association of Muslim Police are proud to be asked to comment on key issues and have recently submitted a paper to the Home Affairs Select Committee on Counter Terrorism. This paper asked for a review of issues that directly relate to our members such as increasing the number of Muslims in Specialist Departments including the Counter Terrorist Commands around the country, a review of vetting for sensitive roles and to ensure Islamophobia crime is properly recorded and investigated.
The National Association of Muslim Police Continue to meet with the Police Minister Mr Tony McNulty MP. These meetings give an opportunity for the executive to share the concerns of Muslim Officers and Staff directly with the Government.
We all need to be proud of what The National Association of Muslim Police has achieved in a very short space of time. We must remain united and disciplined to ensure we work together for the UMMAH and the good of the police service.
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