Media Centre

We welcome enquiries from the media – if you would like to arrange a quotation or interview, please get in touch using the contact form. Our press releases can be found on our Blog page.

A selection of our mentions in the media and on the web:

Merseyside Police coordinator Lynsay Armbruster talks about the NPAA and her interest in autism and neurodiversity
Spotify podcast, April 2021

Learning the Lessons – Issue 35 (pages 4-7)
Independent Office for Police Conduct, July 2019

Harry’s Words
A short film by Kneecap Media with Sussex Police, January 2019

‘The uniform and the rules attract autistic people to join the police’
BBC News, April 2018

‘Neurodiversity at Work’ guide
Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, February 2018

What it’s like to be a police officer with autism, September 2016

Further reading on neurodiversity in policing:

Detective Inspector Warren Hines, West Midlands Police

Meet the autistic Birmingham murder detective: ‘I see things differently to everyone else’
Birmingham Live, May 2018

Police officer Adam proving autism is no obstacle
BBC Points West, April 2018 (link to video on Twitter feed)

A selection of Twitter accounts of neurodivergent police officers:

Inspector Adam O’Loughlin, Avon & Somerset Police

Inspector Kaj Bartlett, Sussex Police

Sergeant Carmen Whittle, Lancashire Constabulary