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.
Please call 101 to speak with your local police service in non-emergency situations.
In an emergency, please call 999.
To report a hate crime to your local police service, you can also visit the True Vision website.
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@LGBTpoliceuk @PCUAmireddy @349Rahouf It's taken a long time for many things to be accepted and we use that word loosely. Many challenges faced, however we all have a duty to those before us and those that follow after us to ensure we strive for inclusivity, equality and representation. Being proud of our identity 💙
We are supporting LGBTQ+ adoption & fostering week (1-7 March) - a week to highlight that adoption and fostering agenies welcome applications from anyone, regardless of sexuality or gender identity.
Read Andy and Craig's experience about adopting a child via @adoptmerseyside
This week is LGBT+ Adoption & Fostering Week. You can still adopt if you’re in a same-sex couple. Visit http://orlo.uk/osFdZ to find out more information surrounding adoption and to enquire. #ProudToAdopt
🚨Making UK #policing history!🚨
#LGBTHM21 highlight & poss 1st in British #police x #lgbtq discussions. @MetLGBTNetwork host @LGBTpoliceuk #Intersectionality Working Group.
Panel: Black policing colleagues + me as chair
'QPOC x Policing', Thu 4 Mar, UK police only (DM)