About Us

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The European LGBT Police Association (formerly the European Gay Police Association) or EGPA for short, was founded in 2004 and is essentially an umbrella organisation bringing together police LGB and T organisations from across Europe providing a platform to share knowledge, best practice and working together in order to tackle discrimination facing LGBT people both within policing and externally.
 
The EGPA is an independent association comprising a General Board and an elected Executive Committee. In addition to providing co-operation between members, EGPA organise biennial conferences and provides training resources for police forces across Europe. 
 
Aims:
 
The Aims of the European LGBT Police Association are:
 
  • Supporting police employees who are LGBT+ or signposting them to organisations that can provide the correct support.
 
  • Building confidence within with LGBT+ community to report crime
 
  • Supporting the development of National LGBT+ staff support associations
 
  • Representing National LGBT+ Police support networks on issues collectively faced
 
  • Supporting police forces and national police establishments in the development of operational policing knowledge and services that will enhance services to the LGBT+ community
 
  • Supporting police forces and national police establishments in being representative and inclusive of the LGBT+ community
 
 
 

EGPA Leaflet (English)

EGPA Leaflet (Greek)

EGPA Leaflet (French)

 EGPA Leaflet (German)

EGPA Leaflet (Spanish)

© 2019 European LGBT Police Association

Contact address: info@lgbtpolice.eu          Registered Office: France

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