Line of Duty – What are the respective rights and responsibilities of employer and employee when a member of staff wishes to gender transition at work?
Recruitment and Retention – What attracts prospective gay, lesbian or trans employees to your Force or Service? What retains them? What makes them leave?
Male Rape and Sexual Assault – Exploring the Crime. Exploding the Myths – Helping your Force improve build on its existing practice to increase the reporting and disposal of male rape and sexual assault cases
Homophobic, Biphobic or Transphobic Crime – Increasing its reporting and improving your ‘first response’ to it
Mind Your Language – Gender variant, non-binary, gender-fluid, pan-sexual, questioning or intersex. Is today’s lexicon of language confounding you? Feel more confident when talking professionally and socially to and about people whose sexual orientation or gender identity may differ from yours. Lead by example in challenging inaccurate or inappropriate language in your Force or Service.
These much-requested courses will propel your Force or Service to become a ‘best practice’ employer: welcoming, valuing and retaining your gay and trans employees and preventing homophobic, biphobic or transphobic harassment before it happens.
Training is tailored to be relevant to all grades, ranks or levels in your Criminal Justice organisation.
You may be a Training Commissioner, an HR or Service Manager, an Administrator or member of operational staff. It’s targeted at those who develop or implement policy allowing you or colleagues to transform this into practical strategy.
You will receive:
Investigative Training, Wiltshire Police