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Police Disability Advisory Group (PDAG)

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What does the Police Disability Advisory Group do?

The Police Disability Advisory Group (PDAG) gives advice and guidance to the force and our partners on the needs and wishes of disabled people. 

The group enables us to involve disabled people in the public life of Nottinghamshire, as outlined in the Equality Act 2010. 

Through discussion with the group, we can seek knowledge and opinion from people with diabilities or those who have experience of a disability in order to improve interaction across all aspects of the service we provide.

Who are the members?

The group aims to represent all of the 'Protected Characteristics' outlined in the Equality Act 2010, amongst its membership. Members include people who are deaf, blind, sight impaired, wheelchair users, disabled students, those with a learning disability, brain injury, and cerebral palsy.

Who is the chair?

The chair is PC Richard Martin, our Equality and Diversity Officer. Richard can be contacted at richard.martin@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk

 

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