Green Bay Police department get LGBTQ training for second year in a row

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – The Green Bay Police Department and city employees are learning how to be sensitive to the needs of those in the LGBTQ community.“When I started 19 years ago, this was not talked about, this was not even on the training plan for departments,” said Commander Kevin Warych of the police department.This marks the second year the police department has partnered with UW-Green Bay’s Pride Center to learn about issues facing the LGBTQ community in an effort to better serve them.“For the first time in a couple of years, students have been interested in staying here and working here. and that has made a major difference based on what’s happening in this community,” said Dr. Stacie Christian, director of inclusive excellence at the UW-GB Pride Center.

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