Date(s) - 16/09/2020
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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We actively encourage you to login to this session to hear how ACC Maggie Blyth wants to interact with trans+ people.
ACC Maggie Blyth is the Assistant Chief Constable for Local Policing in Hampshire Constabulary. ACC Blyth has a passion for safeguarding vulnerable people, making sure help is out there for those that need it and joining up work across agencies.
She is the lead for LGBT+ policing and is keen to reach out to you, to give you the opportunity to hear about why it is important to her to have the trust and confidence of our communities.
Maggie recognises the value in diversity and is keen to share what she has learnt through her experience of working in different organisations, as well as give you the opportunity to share your experiences.
The talk will be for thirty minutes followed by thirty minutes for an opportunity for you to ask questions and discuss the barriers there are to reporting.
ACC Blyth would like to hear from you about your views on policing and how we can protect and safeguard you from crime.