The National LGBT+ Police Network is made up of extraordinary people, dedicating their own time and effort to work towards equality, diversity and inclusion in the police service. Here you can find out about some of our members and the contributions they make as role models to our collective goals.
Please click on the images below to find out more about our role models.
You can also find biographies for our National Co-ordination Group under the 'About Us' menu.
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HIV positive and unashamed.
Smash the stigma.
Together, we can end new transmissions of HIV in the UK by 2030.
Today is #WorldAIDSDay. There has been incredible progress in the fight against HIV, however many people still face ignorance & stigma because of their HIV status. Please take some time today to educate yourself on the lived experiences of HIV+ people & understand that U=U.
Four decades into the HIV response, inequalities persist for the most basic services like testing, treatment, and condoms, and even more so for new technologies.
In the lead up to #WorldAIDSDay, let's unite to end the inequalities holding back the end of AIDS.
A day to remember, to reflect & to commit once more to eradicating stigma, to educating others and ensuring we all know #u=u #WorldAIDSDay
Proud that @MerseyPolice are 1 of the #Merseyside buildings lighting up red for #WAD2022 @SahirHouse