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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The National LGBT+ Police Network for England, Wales, Northern Ireland & Channel Islands. We exist to empower & support LGBT+ police workers & communities.
Huge thank you to @SahirHouse for screening my film, The Mersey Model, produced for @Visual_AIDS Day With(out) Art 2021, during their #WorldAIDSDay Vigil.
The Vigil is available @YouTube here: https://youtu.be/dJVQmBAHbfI
End HIV Stigma… One conversation at a time.
There have been some big announcements from Government today.
🔴The HIV Action Plan
🔴The latest HIV data in England
🔴The dropping of a ban on people living with HIV serving in the Armed Forces.
@mshanward explores this news & its wider implications.
Our Network Chair Will Be Running An Information Stand At HQ & Taking Questions Over The Lunch Period To Raise Awareness This World AIDS Day. #AIDSday2021 #WorldAidsDay2021 #WorldAIDSDay3
Meeting in Brussels with two EU deputies.
Alain Parmentier, President of EPGA & Massimo Iovine, President of Rainbow Cops Belgium, explained the importance of LGBT awareness training of police officers in Europe.
Today is #WorldAIDSDay a day to remember those we lost to the virus & also to stand up as allies for those living with HIV today. Thank you to all the incredible groups & charities who have worked hard for decades raising awareness & helping to improve the lives of HIV+ people.❤️