Cookies information

exeter.gov.uk uses cookies to make the site simpler. Find out more about the cookies we use.

Close banner

Bank holiday bin collections

All bin collections following a bank holiday will take place 1 day late from 27 May to 1 June. See our Bank holiday bin collection page for further details.

Anti-Racism Statement

Safer Exeter Anti-Racism Statement

The Safer Exeter Community Safety Partnership has a zero tolerance approach to all forms of discrimination. As part of this all-embracing commitment to promoting equality, diversity and inclusion for all, we have pledged to become an anti-racist organisation.

What does this mean?

Being an Anti-Racist organisation is more than being just ‘non-racist’, it means taking action and actively identifying and opposing racism. We will actively identify, discuss and challenge racism and the impact it has on our organisation, our people, our systems and the residents we serve.

We cannot do this on our own. We will work in collaboration with committed and supportive organisations and individuals across the city to amplify our collective efforts to drive out racism wherever we find it. We will take a leadership role in tackling racism in all its forms.

We recognise that we are on a journey of understanding and learning and do not have all the answers just now. This is not just a statement of intent, it is a declaration of our single minded approach to actively oppose racism in all its forms.

 

When this content has been updated

Last updated 28 February 2024