Saturday 30 November 2019
The Old Divinity School, St Johns College
From walking the beat, through cutting-edge detective work to the frontline of drug-related crime and violence, Michael Fuller, recipient of the Queen’s Police Medal, has seen it all.
In a more equal world, Michael wouldn’t be described as Britain’s first-ever black Chief Constable. However, with racism still one of the most important issues we’re facing today, it’s testament to Fuller’s talent, ambition and perseverance that he held a range of senior roles within the Police Service and oversaw many high-profile operations. Join him as he introduces Kill the Black One First, his challenging, thoughtprovoking and ultimately uplifting memoir of dealing with life’s injustices and serving our community.
In conversation with Helen Lewis, author and Staff Writer at The Atlantic