LGBT+ Police Network Allies
The National LGBT+ Police Network are proudly supported by allies from across policing and other walks of life. Here you can find information on some of the people who help make policing an inclusive and diverse place to work for all LGBT+ people.
Please do not use this website, or any contact forms found within it to report crime.
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To report a hate crime to your local police service, you can also visit the True Vision website.
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The National LGBT+ Police Network for England, Wales, Northern Ireland & Channel Islands. We exist to empower & support LGBT+ police workers & communities.
It's a beautiful sunny day here at @MidPride. We're here to engage with the LGBT+ community of Mid Ulster and show some of the diversity that exists within @PoliceServiceNI. Look out for us in the parade! #PoliceWithPride
Remembering Sophie Lancaster who was horrifically attacked 15 years ago in Lancashire for expressing individuality.
Our thoughts are with Sophie's family, friends and everyone at @sophie_charity
@BTPRams @BTPChief We love to see it 👏 Inclusion isn’t political, and we’ll always celebrate being as diverse as the communities we protect. If you’re offended by this, please don’t apply to work for us - thanks 😌
Thank you COO @Wickes
Couldn't have said it better ourselves!
More 'brave' & blinking obvious messages from Senior Leaders needed 🙏🏼 🌈
Absolutely shocking statistics @TellMamaUK, and in the space of only 12 months too. 🙄
Hate of ANY kind is abhorrent; but to have places of worship - a spiritual, physical and emotional sanctuary for many - being targeted is particularly horrific.
#No2H8 #WeStandTogether https://twitter.com/TellMamaUK/status/1556973572073168897
📈 𝟴𝟲.𝟯𝟲% - the rise in reports of attacks and incidents at mosques to Tell MAMA in 2021 when compared to the previous year (up from 22 reports in 2020).
In total, we've evidenced 𝟮𝟭𝟵 such reports between 2017 and 2021.