Out On Patrol is proud to be the recipient of a generous grant from the Motorola Solutions Foundation, which enabled us to launch our new scholarship fund and in-school presentation series. Please see below for more info on our scholarship fund and stay tuned for news on our in-school presentations!
Check back in the summer for our next round of $4000 scholarships! Follow us on social media to keep up to date.
Scholarship applicants must be between the ages of 17 and 25 years old, as of the scholarship deadline.
Yes, although we are aware of the challenging reality of being publicly "out" at a young age. We will be sensitive to each individual's circumstances and would never "out" them if they were not comfortable with us doing so.
No, although you must be a Canadian citizen or permeant resident enrolled in a full time academic post-secondary program.
No commitment is required, but recipients must demonstrate their interest in pursuing a career in law enforcement.
Douglas College Presentation - 22-02-10
Vancouver Police Department Constables Chris Birkett and Constable Bryan Watson, both members of Out on Patrol, visited social justice classes at Fulton and VSS to talk to the kids about Out on Patrol and other 2SLGBTQ+ topics.
In support of Pride Month, two officers from the Vancouver-based Out on Patrol Society spent the day talking with students at two Vernon high schools this week.
Constables Chris Birkett and Bryan Watson of the Vancouver Police Department are both members of ‘Out on Patrol’, a peer support organization for 2SLGBTQ+ members of law enforcement.