Dr Leroy Logan CBE is a retired Superintendent who served 30 years in the Metropolitan Police Service, 1983-2013. He has wide-ranging operational experience that finished with his work in the Olympic Policing Coordination Team, which successfully delivered the safety and security of the 2012 Olympic Games.
He was a founder member and former Chair of both the Metropolitan and the National Black Police Association (BPA), which is still working to improve policing for the 21st century.
As a member of the Lawrence Steering Group he contributed to diversity in policing, by having involvement in a range of projects that included work on the Home Office national police recruitment, retention and progression targets.
As a seasoned speaker he has presented on a range of issues relating to equality and diversity in policing and improving service delivery. The most prominent was in taking part in the original World Conference Against Racism in Durban 2001 and the follow up conferences in Brasilia, 2005, and Geneva, 2009, evidencing the links between the advancement of race and equality frameworks and police reform.
Currently he is an advisor on the All Party Parliamentary Commission on Youth Violence that published a definitive report in July 2018 on the Public Health approach to reducing violent crime.
He is Chair of VOYAGE (Voice Of the Youth And Genuine Empowerment) Youth charity, rolling out accredited educational programmes, primarily a BTECH on leadership for year 9 students since 2009.