Winner of the National Diversity Awards 2013
Positive Role Model Award for Race, Religion & Faith
David is a Former Detective Chief Inspector at New Scotland Yard and Founding member of The National Black Police Association. In 1972, he was attested as a Constable, and was the first black Police Officer to serve in the borough of Lewisham in the history of the Metropolitan Police.
The publicity surrounding this subject allowed David to provide a voice on national television, national radio, press and media, and was presented as an outspoken champion against all forms of unlawful discrimination. David is an advocate on behalf of others without fear or favour. A number of senior Police Officers agree David’s stance on racial equality in the Police made the most significant difference to the Metropolitan Police Service moving forward on the issue. It is clear that he is able to promote and embrace diversity and difference across racial, ethnic, religious and faith divides.
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