Police Me Too has been set up by a victim/survivor
Amplifying the voices of women and girls who were abused by police instead of protected.
Each and every one of us deserves to be heard.
So, let’s show every police force that it isn’t just ‘one bad apple’, but their culture. We need structural and systemic changes to address the institutionalised misogyny and the closing of ranks. We need it to change. Now.
I was stopped by a lone police officer while walking home in SW London during the time Levi Bellfield (as we now know) was attacking women in the area with a hammer. I had my keys between my fingers and was on high alert for men on their own. The
Not sure if my story counts as he wasn’t a police officer at the time. We had been on a few dates and I ended up at his house. Nothing happened and I stayed the night. Things got a bit heated the next day and when I said no he
Reported via phone to Bedfordshire Police that an officer they employed had been raping me over many years. Nobody ever called back. Constabulary: Bedfordshire Police Timespan: Several years ago Did you report it to the police?: Yes Your ethnicity: White British Have you experienced suicidality due to this?: Thoughts/feelings Are you
I worked with a civilian employee of the police force. We got on well at work and I considered him a friend. He got a new job and we would occasionally message. When he found my long term partner and I had broken up, his messages increased in frequency and
I went out with a guy who joined the police whilst we were dating for a few months. We were friends on Facebook but after things ended, he removed and deleted me, which is fine. However, he would then try to add me again and then create different accounts and
Married to a serving police officer for 9 years who worked in various different forces throughout the UK. At first everything seemed great, especially when we were dating, he seemed caring and loving and funny and knew what to say and how to be. A real charmer in every way.
On the [redaction made for legal reasons] following a ‘check on welfare’ call out the police force [redaction made for legal reasons] turned up instead of an ambulance. The police force [redaction made for legal reasons] sent 2 police vans and a police car at approximately [redaction made for legal
I met him in a professional setting (dog handler/ vet) he was charming and flattered me to the point of being cringeworthy…he later looked me up on Facebook and started to message me. I remained friendly and professional but I started to see him drive slowly past my house early
My biological father is/was a high ranking police officer.He physically and verbally abused me throughout my childhood. He choked me, beat me, dragged me down the stairs by my hair. He smashed my face into a plate. He would accuse me of things I didn’t do so he had an
My story is nowhere as severe or devastating as many of the stories on here, but it has given me a distrust of the Police that’s lasted for over a decade. In the 00s when I was in my early 20s, I worked in catering and one night, we had
I was no angel at that time, I had been in trouble with the Police for minor episodes of drunk and disorderly and shop lifting, nothing serious I was I think about 17 years old. I used to get stopped at the side of the road quite often and questioned.
When I was 19-20 I was in a very violent relationship. Many times police were called by neighbours etc and every time my BF spoke to them – they never asked to speak to me. Eventually my best friend told my family who staged an intervention and that night called