JUST West Yorkshire calls on the Crown Prosecution Service to reconsider its decision not to bring a prosecution against the police officers serving with the Metropolitan Police 

JUST West Yorkshire has written to Kier Starmer QC, the Director of Public Prosecutions expressing our grave concerns about the decision by the Crown Prosecution Service not to bring a prosecution against the perpetrator/s in the above cases.

If you would like to express your disquiet over the CPS’s decision, please feel free to use the contents of our attached letter or you can send in your concerns directly to the DPP by emailing his office at: privateoffice@cps.gsi.gov.uk

To read the full statement please click here.

The response from the CPS: Response from Crown Prosecution Service

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Anah Project

JUST West Yorkshire is challenging Bradford Council’s decision to decommission Anah, which provides specialist support to vulnerable Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) victims of domestic violence. As of 31st March 2012 Anah’s entire funding from Bradford Council will cease with adverse repercussions for vulnerable BME service users. JUST has written to Bradford Council challenging the Equality Impact Assessment, which was the basis for the decision to close the Anah project. JUST has had no option but to issue an open statement as Bradford Council has failed to respond to our concerns to date.

To read more please click here.

If you would like to register your concerns about the closure of BME domestic violence projects, please write to the Bradford Council leader david.green@bradford.gov.uk and the Chief Executive tony.reeves@bradford.gov.uk.  Please CC admin@justwestyorkshire.co.uk.