This site uses Javascript extensively, please enable Javascript or switch to a Javascript-supported browser, sorry for any inconvenience.
Latest News
Football v Homophobia event accused of transphobia
23.05.2015
Football v Homophobia event accused of transphobia
Organisers of a football tournament aimed at tackling homophobia have been accused of discriminating against a transgender man who wanted to play. Matches were due to take place at the University of Nottingham as part of the Football v Homophobia tournament. Luke Hutchinson said he was prevented from playing unless he paid for medical tests to prove his affirmed gender. The university said everyone wa ... READ MORE
Wolverhampton Homes mark IDAHoT day with hate crime input
18.05.2015
Wolverhampton Homes mark IDAHoT day with hate crime input
Staff at Wolverhampton Homes are rallying behind its ‘Proud To Be Me Network’ to mark International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia(IDAHoT day).  The day is being completed with a hate crime training input by the chair of West Midlands Police LGBT Network, PC Gary Stack. Up until 25 years ago, being gay was still classed by the World Health Organisation as a ment ... READ MORE
Transgender Scrabble champ took her own life to escape abuse, inquest hears
23.04.2015
Transgender Scrabble champ took her own life to escape abuse, inquest hears
An inquest into the death of a transgender Scrabble champion has heard that she received regular abuse on the streets of Carlisle. 36-year-old Mikki Nicholson, who made headlines in 2010 when she was crowned UK Scrabble Champion – died on November 7 last year, when she stepped in front of a train. Ms Nicholson, who was female but never gained legal gender recognition, sp ... READ MORE
New National LGBT Police group a step closer
20.03.2015
New National LGBT Police group a step closer
Representatives from police forces and crime agencies up and down the UK attended a national meeting today hosted by The Network at West Midlands Police Tally Ho confefence centre. The meeting was to agree on a name, logo and constitution for the formation of a new national LGBT police group.  The GPA (Gay Police Association) ceased to exist 2 years ago when funding was pulled and the group took ... READ MORE
Network is largest police group in Britain
17.03.2015
Network is largest police group in Britain
The force's LGBT Network has been heralded as the most successful in the country. The group – which provides advice and support to force’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) officers and staff – was recognised at a national conference in Norfolk. The group’s chairman, PC Gary Stack (pictured), was asked to share with police officers gathered from across the UK th ... READ MORE
Help and Advice Upcoming Events Get Involved Latest News Case Studies Contact Us
Register Here
Forgotten Password
Talk to other members and interact online.
Get the latest news directly from us.
Maintain your membership account online.
Latest Newsletter Get in touch with us
Facebook Twitter Email Bookmark