First Ever LGBT Law Enforcement History Exhibit

First Ever LGBT Law Enforcement History Exhibit

We are excited to share that the National Law Enforcement Museum has created the first exhibit telling the story of LGBTQ+ law enforcement. It will feature a physical and online digital exhibit with audio and video components. In addition, the museum is producing a panel discussion moderated by Out to Protect’s own Greg Miraglia.

Our partners at the United States Department of Justice Community Oriented Policing Services Office are celebrating Pride! Check out the featured articles in this month’s edition of “Dispatch.”

There are so many great ways your law enforcement agency can support the LGBTQ+ community during this season of Pride!  Why not use this month as inspiration to start an LGBT Law Enforcement Community Liaison Program.  We can help with training that will guide you through building a successful and sustainable program. With full scholarships available from the Matthew Shepard Foundation, you can get started at no cost to you or your agency!

Join the hundreds of agencies across the United States who have already discovered the benefits of having an LGBT Liaison Program.

LGBT Law Enforcement Liaison Training Academy
LGBT Law Enforcement Liaison Program Accreditation