Topics :: GLBT police officers
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A former London cop who says that his fellow officers forced him to resign is now suing the Metropolitan Police for discrimination based on racism and homophobia that he said drove him into depression to the point of becoming suicidal.
A police officer from Kentucky says he was harassed and discriminated against after it was discovered by his coworkers that he is gay.
As they make transitions, two out policemen are in different stages of their careers with the San Francisco Police Department, but they share a desire to see people reach out more to the agency.
The mayor Pomeroy, a village in southeastern Ohio, has resigned over accusations she repeatedly put down a police officer by calling him a "queer."
In an effort to combat bullying and teen suicide, The Atlanta Police Department has taped an "It Gets Better" video, which has received more than 7,000 hits on YouTube.
An openly gay police sergeant who said he was subjected to derogatory remarks by his supervisor was awarded $1.1 million by a jury Thursday
The ACLU has taken up the case of Corporal Dennis Engelhard’s same-sex partner in a challenge to the Missouri policy that excludes gay spouses from receiving benefits when state police are killed in the line of duty.
A U.K. policewoman who reportedly is ordinarily a model of respectful restraint threatened a woman who taunted her girlfriend. The parties involved reportedly had been drinking.
A lesbian police trainee has killed herself in the U.K., leaving behind a suicide note that claims she was the target of homophobia in the workplace.
Sean Lathrop was a "golden boy" as a rookie on the police force of St. Cloud, Minnesota, says his attorney, until his superiors realized that the young man was gay.
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