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Christian name ban for police

POLICE OFFICERS should not ask for a person’s Christian name in case they offend people with other religious beliefs, according to new diversity guidelines.

Instead, police in Kent have been told they must refer to a suspect’s personal or family name. The 62-page guidelines, produced by Kent Police’s diversity support group, also tell officers not to use “my dear” or “love” when addressing women.




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