Recordings of a virtual Cumberland Conversation with Leroy Logan MBE, streamed live on Zoom and Facebook Live on Thursday 11 February 2021, hosted by our Chief Executive, Dr Ed Newell.
Leroy is a writer and former senior police officer in the Metropolitan Police. He was a founding member of the National Black Police Association, and the subject of one of the BBC's acclaimed short films from the Small Axe series directed by Steve McQueen.
Leroy talks about his life experiences, and the challenges and opportunities he met during his long service as a senior Black police officer seeking to bring about positive change, both in the Police Force and in his local community. The Conversation includes questions submitted live by members of our online audience on Zoom.
Watch on demand
If you prefer to listen to the Conversation, the audio version is available below, via our SoundCloud channel, and can be found on all major podcasting platforms.
You can find out more about our regular series of Cumberland Conversations, on the life and work of people in the public eye, here. These events normally take place with a physical audience in The Mews at Cumberland Lodge in Windsor Great Park, with a live-stream on Facebook and our website, but we have taken them online during the COVID-19 pandemic.
You can sign up for email alerts about forthcoming Cumberland Conversations and news of other public events we are hosting, here.