DR. LEROY LOGAN, MBE
Former Superior Superintendent, MET Police, UK
Dr. Leroy Logan is a retired Superintendent who served 30 years, 1983-2013, in the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS). He was awarded Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in 2000 for his contribution to the Metropolitan Police Service. His community based career was primarily through borough level policing, focussing on cultural groups that historically have a lack of trust. He is the founder and past Chair of the MPS Black Police Association (BPA) and current Chair of the Black Police Association Charitable Trust. Since retiring Leroy has set his focus on maintaining safer & stronger communities, especially for young people, through REALLITY (Raising Everyone’s Awareness of Lives Lost in The Youth) his social enterprise & REALLITY Security Solutions (RSS) his security consultancy. Leroy is now working with Spark2Life engagement & advocacy charity, for young people, as their Custody Office Coordinator project. He offers timely & practical interventions for affected people in police custody, with the intention of reducing gang related activities & to assist them in making more positive life choices.