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.
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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Today at 11:00am, Justice Epstein will release the @TorontoPolice Independent Civilian Review into Missing Persons Investigations: Final Report. You can attend the virtual press conference using the link below: https://www.missingpersonsreview.ca/post/press-conference-independent-civilian-review-into-missing-person-investigations-to-release-report
At 3:15pm, in response to the Report’s release, Chair Hart and Chief Ramer of @TorontoPolice will hold a news conference & deliver a statement. Watch it live @: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CT171zmpJXU
This month, we're reflecting upon and remembering the events that took place on the 17th, 24th and 30th April 1999 in Brixton, Brick Lane and Soho. You can read more about the events here: https://nationalhcaw.uk/april-acts-of-remembrance
We stand in solidarity against any form of hate ✊🏻✊🏿✊🏾
@PFEW_HQ @WMPolice @LGBTpoliceuk Thanks Skye for sharing some of your story. Absolutely shows why we must always support the trans community both within policing and in our communities. #byyourside
we are hosting a Vaisakhi event to promote MPS Recruitment, join us and learn more about joining @metpoliceuk on 14 Apr https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/celebrating-vaisakhi-recruitment-tickets-148616354517