Black youth worker arrested for watching police wins compensation

A black youth worker arrested and charged for watching at a distance as police detained a teenager at a London railway station is to receive an apology and £22,000 compensation from the British Transport police.

Ken Hinds, 50, who regularly liaises with police in his work for a charity tackling gang violence, will receive the payout under an agreement to be finalised later this week.

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