Sikh police associations across the country recognised the clear need to have a united voice and a national body to represent serving Sikh police officers and staff. This vision came into fruition on the 7th of February 2019 with the launch of the National Sikh Police Association UK (NSPAUK) in Birmingham.
Since its’ inception, the NSPAUK has branched out across the country and continues to grow through its network of Sikh officers and staff. As an association we value equality, diversity and inclusion and have worked with local Sikh associations and forces to promote equality in the police service and raise awareness of the Sikh faith and ethos.
The association has acted as a network of support to our members and has supported the launch of new Sikh police associations.
Our relationship extends to the wider Sikh community and the NSPAUK will continue to develop closer working partnerships with members of the community, places of worship and community-based NGO’s.
The NSPAUK prides itself in being one of the most diverse Sikh organisations within the UK.
Our members and executive team reflect Sikhs from a diverse range of backgrounds and at varied degrees of their own personal commitment to the Sikh faith.