UK Sikh police now have a dashing new collective front with the launch last week of the National Sikh Police Association UK (NSPAUK).
The launch on 7 Feb 2019 in Birmingham was led by West Midlands Police Sgt Harvey Rai, with WM chief constable Dave Thomson and parliamentarian Preet Kaur Gill as guest speakers.
“Great to see the diversity of our police family today,” Thomson tweeted. WM Police employs around 320 Sikh police officers and staff.
In a social media update, participant Sabi Kaur said it was an honour to represent the Merseyside Police at the empowering conference which included a discussion on Sikh ethos and policing values by Kartar Singh.
Assistant Police and Crime Commissioner Lynnette Kelly was also present at the launch.
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