At the time of writing there are over 20 support groups for gay, lesbian, and bisexual police officers and criminal justice personnel around the world. Although the main purpose of these groups is to provide support to officers who often find themselves in very isolated and vulnerable situations, it is also clear that the presence, and active involvement, of out-gay criminal justice personnel has a significant impact on the way lesbian, gay and bisexual people are dealt with by the police and the justice system. Consequently, the existence of these groups is important both for the glb community at large, as well as for people working within the police establishment. This section of the QRD is intended:-
The files in this section are currently being maintained by firstname.lastname@example.org. This section is very new, and all comments, suggestions, and contributions would be very welcome.
Document Originally Produced By: PC Tony Murphy of Lesbian & Gay Police Association (LAGPA), LONDON, UK
Document Updated and Maintained by: John Israel of Law Enforcement Gays and Lesbians International and LEGAL of Minnesota.
Last Updated: March 9, 1996.
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