Pride Amsterdam
Canal Parade boat

Politie Nederland / Roze in Blauw

The police are everyone. And for everyone. At any place and anytime. To be able to properly execute the core tasks of the police, it is important that the police are well connected to society and know what is going on. It is their aim to reach all groups in society. The LGBTIQ+ community included. […]

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The police are everyone. And for everyone. At any place and anytime. To be able to properly execute the core tasks of the police, it is important that the police are well connected to society and know what is going on. It is their aim to reach all groups in society. The LGBTIQ+ community included.

We need each other; regardless of whether someone is LGBTIQ+ or an ally. Stronger together, despite our differences. And stronger together, thanks to our differences. This brings the police a lot of advantages: you can easily find each other when something is going on and it lowers the threshold for the other party to come to the police when needed. In order to deliver good police work, it is necessary to stay connected to all groups in society; many cases are solved based on tips.

That is why they are joining the Pride for the fourteenth time this year. With its own LGBTIQ+ network, Pink in Blue, they ask attention for the importance of reporting LGBTIQ+ related discrimination incidents. No one should be discriminated against, regardless of who or what you are. It is important that all forms of discrimination, LGBTIQ+ related discrimination included, is reported. Because without reporting, the police can’t do anything about it. Pink in Blue can be reached at 088-1691234. Always call 112 in case of an emergency!