Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Spotlight: Kent Police Launch LGBT Schools Competition

Kent police is asking children to write an essay as part of a month-long celebration of “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender History”. The county force, recently recognised as one of 'the most gay friendly employers in Britain", has a series of events throughout February.

Events include exhibitions, a quiz, a “celebration dinner dance” and the competition which includes an under-14s category. Youngsters are asked to write an essay explaining what this month’s slogan “All different, same respect” means to them.
It also has a 15 to 17 category and an 18-plus section with the winners receiving a £25 book token and a Kent police shield.

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