Policing London: Leroy Logan, MBE

From the Bow Street Runners to the capital’s present-day police service, former superintendent Leroy Logan, MBE gives you an insider’s insight into the past and present of policing in London.

The discussion covers the tragedy of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence and the success of the London 2012 Olympics via the colour and cacophony of the Notting Hill Carnival. It’s never quiet for the Metropolitan Police Service. Leroy also talks movingly about his Jamaican roots and being awarded the honour, Member of the British Empire.

Join Leroy on the beat, hear some views on the MPS from people in the metropolis, and clear out your ear wax with some sirens!

Former superintendent Leroy Logan, MBE
Photo: (at Londonpodcast.net) Leroy Logan, MBE comes out of police retirement to go on the beat

One thought on “Policing London: Leroy Logan, MBE”

  1. Another very interesting podcast Adrian – this (as with everything you touch) has a gravitas, a quality, and a believability that is heart-warming to hear.

    Leroy was a great guest. You got some really good stuff out of him. The friendship was there. He was comfortable with you – and you sounded comfortable with him. That’s all credit to you.

    Well done.

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