Leroy Logan is one of UK’s most highly decorated and well-known black police officers. A highly respected and well-regarded commentator on policing and wider social justice issues, he believes that there is still much work to do in creating a more equitable and fair criminal justice system. Leroy’s early career was recently depicted in Red, White and Blue, the BAFTA and Golden Globe-winning episode of director Sir Steve McQueen’s acclaimed Small Axe series.
Leroy Logan was awarded an MBE in 2000 and an honorary doctorate in 2013. He is also a Fellow of the prestigious Royal Society of the Arts (F.R.S.A.).
Since his retirement, Leroy has published his autobiography, Closing Ranks: My Life as a Cop and continues to use his decades of experience to give insightful, critical analysis on current events surrounding the UK justice system. He’s been called upon by the likes of Channel 4, News Night, The Guardian, Sky, BBC Radio 4, HARDTalk and more.
As the founding member and past Chair of both the Met and National Black Police Association (BPA), Leroy Logan also co- founded Voyage Youth a citizen’s focus of the BPA. As a social justice charity it aims to empower marginalised young black people and provide them with the self-awareness and motivation to transform themselves and their communities. In January 2022 Leroy was appointed Chair of Transition to Adulthood (T2A), the justice arm of the Barrow Cadbury Trust’.
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