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‘Joining the police culture was the hardest thing; the service is now more switched on but still needs role models’

After 38 years in the police service, British Transport Police Temporary Chief Constable Adrian Hanstock is shortly due to retire, having become the only openly gay male police officer to lead a UK force; he spoke to Policing Insight Deputy Editor Sarah Gibbons about his fears when he first joined the job, the progress policing has made on diversity, and the challenges that still need to be tackled.

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