No black officers police force North Yorkshire transforms to lead diversity

  The Northern Echo 

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A POLICE force singled out for criticism by the Home Secretary for failing to employ any black or black British officers.is set to become Britain’s first to be “representative of its population”, a meeting has heard.
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