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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There's important reasons why Police take part in pride. For individual LGBT+ Police officers, it's our own stories that put us in a parade, walking in step with our community. This year @PoliceServiceNI helped us tell our community why we walk in @belfastpride . #PoliceWithPride
Big Thankyou to @TitaniaTrust and @NorwichPride for a fabulous day!! #Pride2021 #proud
Be proud of who you are!
While there is no #BelfastPride parade this year, we wanted to tell our personal stories of why we participate in @belfastpride. Please watch our video in which we talk about being #PoliceWithPride 👇
Wishing all our colleagues and friends an enjoyable and safe Pride weekend.
We are here to help and protect you. If you become a victim of crime, please report it to us.
There is often a presumption in the police that once you are promoted you become the font of all knowledge. This isn’t the case. This is the first of our guides and manuals which is also now an app. Next, Sgts, Insp, then CI’s. We never stop learning..4