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Transgender (Male) Police Officers Are STRIP SEARCHING Women

Transgender identifying biologically male police officers are being allowed to strip search women by most police forces in the UK, according to research by women’s rights campaigners.

The majority of police forces allow trans-identifying biologically male officers to strip-search women, research has found.

Of the 43 forces in England and Wales, at least 34 have either implemented the policy or intend to, a report from the Women’s Rights Network revealed.

The feminist group’s founder, Heather Binning, said the guidelines would lead to ‘state-sanctioned sexual assault’, and police leaders had failed the public by pandering to vocal lobbyists.

‘Self-identification is not UK law and women should not be paying the price for policing beyond the law,’ she said.

‘Police chiefs have failed us again. This is not reasonable or lawful and we do not consent. It is state-sanctioned sexual assault, and it must not be tolerated.’

Guidelines are already in place that mean female officers are required to carry out intimate searches of a biological male suspect if they identify as a woman, with the officer facing possible disciplinary proceedings should they refuse.

The author of the WRN report titled State Sanctioned Sexual Assault, retired police superintendent Cathy Larkman, said dozens of female officers had approached the group to voice their concerns.

But there was a culture of fear within policing that prevented them from speaking out, she added.

One serving female police officer said when she questioned the policies she was threatened with disciplinary proceedings.

‘I fear both for my colleagues and for vulnerable suspects,’ she told the Mail. ‘A strip search is a humiliating and potentially traumatic experience and everything should be done to ensure a suspect is treated with dignity and respect.’

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Ms Larkman, who commanded more than 500 officers at South Wales police, said police bosses had failed women by pandering to vocal trans lobbyists. In 2022 The Mail On Sunday revealed the controversial advice from the National Police Chiefs’ Council which states: ‘Chief Officers are advised to recognise the status of transgender colleagues from the moment they transition.’

Ms Larkman pointed out that this approach was contrary to UK law, which requires people to obtain a gender recognition certificate in order to be legally recognised as their acquired sex.

An NPCC spokesman has previously said: ‘All searches are dealt with on a case-by-case basis after consideration by a custody sergeant based on the response of the detainee. All searches are carried out in line with the officer or staff member’s training and legal authority.’

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Ella Ford is a mother of two, a Christian conservative writer with degrees in American History, Social and Behavioral Science and Liberal Studies, based in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area.


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