National Police Chiefs Council - LGBT+ Portfolio
The National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) maintain a portfolio for LGBT+ matters in the police service.
Deputy Chief Constable Vanessa Jardine of West Midlands Police is the portfolio owner having held this since 2017.
The Network are proud to work with the lead for this portfolio and welcome the support of Chiefs Council.
The Network meet quarterly with DCC Jardine and this provides opportunity for us to share ideas, discuss common ground and raise matters to be fed into national Diversity, Equality & Inclusion meetings.
By clicking the images below, you can find out more about these individuals and how they are working with the National Network.
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