South Yorkshire Police Apologise for Historic Homophobia

Chief Constable of South Yorkshire, Lauren Poultney, is the third Head of an English police constabulary to apologise publicly for past targeting by her force of the LGBT+ community. Responding to the #ApologiseNow campaign launched by Peter Tatchell with backing from the late comedian Paul O’Grady, she writes: “My reply is an official apology from…


West Midlands Police: Time to Apologise?

The Peter Tatchell Foundation comments on historic allegations relating to the treatment of the LGBT+ community by the West Midlands Police. West Midland’s Chief Constable was challenged at Birmingham Pride over his force’s refusal to apologise for its past witch-hunting of the LGBT+ community.  The first request for an apology was made at Birmingham Pride…

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