Are you ready to join in?
The Scottish LGBTI Police Association welcomes you to join us. We exist because we have a substantial membership base that supports our Vision and Objectives. The Association General Board are all Full members of the Association, elected by the membership at our AGM to run the association on your behalf and represent all members. Anyone who is a full member can put themselves forward to join the General Board.
Our Association is governed by a constitution, membership entitles all full member access to General Board meetings, a vote at our Annual General Meeting, nomination to the General Board, invitation and alerts to events as well as a variety of membership services and special offers. Membership is available to all serving or retired police officers and staff in Scotland and whether you identify as LGBTI or not. We are inclusive of all protected characteristics.
In addition to full membership, we offer 'Associate Membership' for individuals and organisations who are not eligible for full membership, however, support our work (select the link below the Full membership form).
Membership is free.
HOW DO I JOIN?
Please note: If you have issues with the below joining forms please try a different internet browser or contact email@example.com for assistance.
To join the Police Scotland LGBT Allies network, please select 'Full Membership' and thereafter select the allies checkbox when you reach the engagement section on the membership form.
Simply fill in our application form.
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT
After completing your application form, our membership secretary will process your form and send you a welcome pack to your work or home address.
YOUR OFFICIALLY IN!
Members can choose how active they wish to be in the Association. There are no expectations of how much time and energy you devote to us (but we believe the more you put in the more you'll get out).
MAKE A DIFFERENCE!!
BECOME A LOCAL COORDINATOR
You can help make a difference in your local area/division by volunteering to become a Scottish LGBTI Police Association Local Coordinator. Hold local networking events and socials; engage with LGBTI community groups; represent the Association at Divisional E&D meetings; promote the Association and membership; provide advice and assistance; work with LGBT Allies and Wellbeing Champions. You will be supported by a Regional Coordinator and take part in Local Coordinator events. All full members of the Association can apply. If interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.