Police racism and discrimination whistleblowers feel sidelined, ignored
Current and former police officers who spoke out about racism within police ranks about six months ago as part of a documentary said they do not think they are being taken seriously, and have not received recognition. Six of the officers interviewed as part of the KRO-NCRV documentary, De Blauwe Familie, told NRC about their experience after the program was shown.
One of them, former police officer Dwight van van de Vijver, was planning to return to the police to become an advisor working for Johan van Renswoude, the program director for tackling exclusion, discrimination and racism. But now he's giving up on those plans.
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