Filmed in Vasagatan, Stockholm.
Gay Police Association
Practice areas and issues that still need attention are identified. These related to the internal and external pressures impinging on the department with regard to the employment of homosexuals. Workplace experiences of gay and lesbian criminal justice officers in the United States: As other agencies engage in efforts to recruit and retain diversity police forces, the results of this research can enhance policies and practices, with regards to lesbian and gay officers. This empirical study in one UK Fire Service explores the experiences of sexual minorities in the workplace, an under-researched area of diversity, but one that has a growing focus of interest.
Measures of homophobia comparing law enforcement students with other students indicate that law enforcement students hold higher levels of homophobia. However, despite these limitations, the mobilising power of the concept may have instigated a more subtle and pervasive series of shifts in organisational norms. However, a need exists for research that identifies and articulates the varied experiences of each of these identity groups. The Case of the Gay Police Officer. In this study, 13 transgender police officers from America, England, and Wales were interviewed about their motivations for entering policing. Teemu Ruskola examines this in the context of law in the United States.