Connecting  LGBTQ+ Law Enforcement And Communities Worldwide

The concept for this directory was the idea of Chief Ken Craig of the Community Patrol Service (CPS) in San Francisco, California, USA.

Ken was invited to participate in a newly forming San Francisco Police Department LGBTQ+ Advisory Forum in 2010 and in working with others from the broader LGBTQ+ community, he realized there was no single source of information, contacts, or guidance on all of the law enforcement departments, forces, and agencies around the world who have LGBTQ+ programs, divisions, officers, or resources.

The Worldwide LGBTQ+ Law Enforcement Liaisons Directory was born, and is open and available to anyone seeking information about such resources.  The directory is currently managed and provided as a project of the SFPD LGBTQ+ Advisory Forum.

The Goal Of the Directory

Our hope is the directory achieves many goals:

  • Offering contact information for LGBTQ+ law enforcement programs and liaison officers worldwide to members of the LGBTQ+ community.
  • Allowing exchange of contact information for LGBTQ+ law enforcement liaison officers.
  • Feel free to reach out and connect directly with others in the directory.
  • Sharing ideas and concepts between programs and countries to benefit the LGBTQ+ community as a whole.
  • Helping to better understand and highlight the number of law enforcement departments, forces, and agencies that have established LGBTQ+ programs and liaison officers.
  • Encouraging law enforcement departments, forces, and agencies that do not have such LGBTQ+ programs and liaison officers to consider creating them.

How To Join The Directory

If you are the designated and authorized individual for your law enforcement department, force, or agencies LGBTQ+ program simply send us an email to SFPD.LGBTQ.forum@gmail.com requesting to be included in the directory.  Feel free to provide as much detail as you wish and be sure to include the following details:

  1. Full name of the law enforcement department, force, agency etc.
  2. Location of the law enforcement department, force, agency to include Country, State/Province, City etc.
  3. Name of the LGBTQ+ program or entity
  4. Primary contact person’s name (if appropriate)
  5. Contact information including mailing address, phone number, email address, website address
  6. Description of the LGBTQ+ program or entity
  7. Include your law enforcement department, force, agency principal logo

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