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Background Information

Employment History

Information Officer

Community Relations Commission


Affiliations

Equality and Human Rights Commission

Senior Regional Advisor


CRE

Representative


Commission for Racial Equality

Senior Policy Advisor


Commission

Senior Policy Advisor


Commission for

Senior Policy Advisor


Metropolitan Police Authority

Co-opted Member


Web References(10 Total References)


www.streathamguardian.co.uk

George Mills, of South Norwood, a senior policy officer at the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
For services to race relations within the criminal justice system.


www.lawgazette.co.uk

Elsewhere, John Drew, former chief executive of the Youth Justice Board, received an OBE for services to youth justice, and MBEs were given to Fiona Quirk, operations manager at Leeds Combined Court for services to the administration of justice and George Mills, former senior policy officer at the Equality and Human Rights Commission, for services to race relations within the criminal justice system.


www.rota.org.uk [cached]

Reflecting on the Race Equality Duty and its Implications for Criminal Justice - George Mills, Commission for Racial Equality


thisisbromsgrove.co.uk

Our speaker for June was ex-police officer George Mills, whose talk on the lighter side of policing' gave many insights on the business of law and order in the recent past and perhaps made us more aware of the greater problems faced by officers in these uncertain times.


www.rota.org.uk [cached]

George Mills, Senior Policy & Programmes Adviser, Commission for Racial Equality


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