National Black Police Association

Queer People of Colour (QPOC) x Policing

A discussion about what it means to be QPOC, the challenges we face in policing including community, engagement, and intersectionality – as well as introducing the National LGBT+ Police’s Intersectionality Working Group.

Open to all forces – 250 people max capacity, so should be fine.

Organised by the Met LGBT+ Network

Event: Queer People of Colour (QPOC) x Policing |
Date: Thu 4 Mar |
Time: 12 – 1:30 pm

Host: Laks Mann (Met Police, LGBT+ Adviser | Executive Committee, Met LGBT+ Network | Secretary, National LGBT+ Police Intersectionality Working Group)

Panellists:

  • Dionne Johnson (Equality & Inclusion Officer, Staffs Police | Vice President, National Black Police Association | Chair, National LGBT+ Police Intersectionality Working Group)
  • Angel Ogden (Met Police, LGBT+ Adviser | Stonewall POC LGBTQ+ Role Model | Youth Mentor, Terence Higgins Trust | Youth Trainer, Prince’s Trust)
  • Rhammel Afflick BEM (Met Police SC, LGBT+ Adviser | Trustee, Police: Now | Former Director of Communications, Pride in London)

Synopsis: A discussion about what it means to be QPOC, the challenges we face in policing including community, engagement, and intersectionality – as well as introducing the National LGBT+ Police’s Intersectionality Working Group.

Rule: Strictly.Real.Talk.

Invite: Click here to join the meeting

Looking forward to you and your colleagues joining us for – quite possibly – a first in ‘National Policing x POC x LGBTQ+’ discussions.  Let’s make LGBT+ History Month x Police history!

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