It followed the implementation of Stephen Lawrence Inquiry report, which recognised the use of stops and searches was one of the main causes of tension between the police and black groups.
What does SLIR stand for?
SLIR stands for Stephen Lawrence Inquiry Report (UK)
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- Slip (Count) - Line
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- Slip (Count) - Path
- Slippery Liquid-Infused Porous Surface
- Student-Initiated Legal Services Projects (Berkeley University; California)
- Supervised Learning in Quest
- School of Labor and Industrial Relations (Michigan State University)
- Side Looking Infrared
- Standard Location Immediate Request (telecommunications)
- Stock Level Item Record
- Submarine Launched Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile
- Sudan Landmine Information and Response Initiative
- Single Link Interface Requirement Specification (TADIL related)
- School of Library and Information Science
- School of Library and Information Studies
- Sector Long Island Sound (New Haven, CT)
- Serveur Linux pour l'Internet Scolaire (French)
- Sierra Leone Information System
- Special Libraries and Information Services Group (South Africa)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The stop and account procedure was initially set out in a recommendation stemming from the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry report.
The Stephen Lawrence inquiry report said of them, "Neville and Doreen Lawrence have together been the mainspring of this inquiry.
The address in Bournbrook Road Eltham, south-east London, was listed in the Stephen Lawrence inquiry report as the home of suspects Jamie and Neil Acourt in 1993.
A MAN who went berserk with a samurai sword when his address was leaked in the Stephen Lawrence inquiry report said yesterday he would sue bureaucrats for driving him mad.
At the time of the attack it was thought to be the work of racists reacting to the publication of the Stephen Lawrence inquiry report in the Commons.
More bad news for the police will come when the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry reports.
Milestones in the past four years have included: The Stephen Lawrence Inquiry Report which brought home only only the horrific consequences of prejudice and hatred, but the insidious ways in which society can collude with them by failing to address shortcomings in its institutions; and The Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000 which testifies to our determination as a society to root out prejudice wherever and in whatever form it exists.