January 24


05:00 pm - 07:45 pm

Event Tags:

community, discussion, gather, Harehills, leeds, memorial, Oluwale, west yorkshire


Compton Road Library

Harehills Lane

Leeds, LS9 7BG

Knowing the Ground: Care, Public Safety and Policing the Inner City

A community event in partnership with Leeds Trinity University,  Leeds Church Institute (LCI) and David Oluwale Memorial Association (DOMA) 

Date: Tues 24 January 2023

Time: 17:00 – 19:45

Venue: Compton Road Library Harehills Lane, LS9 7BG

Leeds Trinity University in partnership with LCI (Leeds Church Institute) and DOMA (David Oluwale Memorial Association) would like to welcome you to this community event.

As part of our ongoing series of community events, we will be focusing the evening on public service reform. We are providing an opportunity for open discussion, collaborative working and seeking positive change.


There will be a panel discussion with local residents, Chief Superintendent Steve Dodds and the Deputy Mayor of West Yorkshire, as well as four breakout spaces to discuss various topics.

Then we will join as a community for food and further conversation.

Who should attend?

The event is open to everyone, including all members of the Leeds Trinity University community and the general public.

Further information

Following the panel discussion, there will be four breakout spaces to listen and share conversations on the following topics. When booking, please select which conversation you would like to join:

  • Dealing with Trust and Authority
  • Care, Community Rights and Responsibility
  • The Use of Force and Public Safety
  • Fear and Perception of the Inner City

We will do our best to allocate you to your preferred choice depending on final numbers.

If you have any queries regarding the event, please contact Susan Wilcock, Office for Institutional Equity at Leeds Trinity University ([email protected]).

To book visit: Knowing the Ground: Care, Public Safety and Policing the Inner City Tickets, Tue 24 Jan 2023 at 17:00 | Eventbrite