How to take action
Call 020 7219 3528
Hi, I’m [your name], I’m calling to ask the Home Secretary to initiate a statutory inquiry into misogyny in the police force.
The sickening ‘jokes’ about sexually assaulting colleagues and abusing their partners revealed by this week’s IPOC report show the impact of structural misogyny in the police. Sarah Everard was murdered by a serving police officer. Serving police officers took selfies with murdered sisters Nicole Smallman and Bibaa Henry. The Home Secretary must stop burying her head in the sand and radically overhaul our police force.
Why make calls?
This week a report revealed Met officers making sickening ‘jokes’ about sexually assaulting colleagues, abusing their partners, and using disgraceful racist and ableist language and more.
Today WE will be taking action by making 750 calls to the Home Secretary to demand an independent inquiry into misogyny and a radical overhaul of the Police force.
Why 750 calls?
Out of roughly 750 Met officers and staff who faced sexual misconduct allegations, just 83 of them were sacked.
Why the Home Secretary?
Priti Patel is responsible for holding the Police to account. She has the power to launch an independent inquiry into misogyny.