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INSPIRING CHANGE FROM THE INSIDE,OUT.

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470

The number of police, criminal justice professionals and civilians that have received our 2SLGBTQ+ training.

$4,500

The amount of scholarship money we have gifted to students in a policing, law enforcement or criminal justice program.

$7,500

The amount of money we've donated to community partners who share our vision of equity and inclusion for all.

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We are looking for enthusiastic, conscientious members who are representative of the diverse communities we serve. If you are interested in running for a position on the Serving with Pride Board of Directors visit our AGM & Elections page for information on the positions that are open for election and how to submit your candidacy. 

Delivering quaility 2SLGBTQ+ education
to law enforcement, Corrections & criminal justice professionals.

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Now accepting orders for our 15th Anniversary Challenge Coin.
Cost is $20 CAN and includes shipping.
For USA or international customers shipping will be additional.
Email us at info@servingwithpride.ca to make arrangements.

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The comingoutcops production team are currently planning screenings of the film for police services, government agencies and other interested organizations. Visit comingoutcops.ca for more information about the documentary or to book a screening.

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Missing and Missed is a gift that provides every police service with many realistic recommendations they can deploy to rebuild their relationship with marginalized communities that do not trust police or do not feel protected by policing services.  SWP strongly encourages all Canadian police services, associations and boards to read all four volumes of the report to learn, and most importantly, to make real change for equity, diversity, and inclusion.
 

We were honoured to have Justice Gloria J. Epstein attend and deliver the keynote address at our 2021 Gala & Awards Night. We invite you to listen as she shares her experiences and observations while she investigated the police actions into missing persons from the Toronto 2SLGBTQ+ community. She also describes her continued work to ensure that the recommendations are implemented with voices from the community playing a key role.