MORE than 50 people attended a public meeting about police conduct when arresting people of colour, organisers say.

Chaka Artwell, Secretary of the Oxford African Caribbean Conversation, says there are concerns about 'inflicting a level of violence which contributes to death'.

He said religious representatives, a councillor and the sister of Adam Stanmore, whose death following an arrest is being investigated, attended the Monday event at New Testament Church of God, in Cowley.

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The new group plans to campaign 'for a Public Health Leaflet to be issued to all people of colour in Oxford advising them of their rights when stopped by police.

Thames Valley Police declined to comment.