To mark this years’ Channel Islands Pride, Guernsey’s Law Enforcement are rebranding two of their vehicles.
Thanks to generous sponsorship from C I Adjusters Limited and the creative skill of Dowding Signs, the two vehicles were ‘Pride’ branded over the weekend and will be seen on Guernsey roads from tomorrow, Tuesday 4 September 2018.
Diversity Liaison Officer, PC 112 Kieran Walsh of Guernsey Police said:
“Bailiwick Law Enforcement are always keen to show their support and engage with the wider community, especially at events such as Channel Island Pride. For this reason, this year we have taken the opportunity to add a bit of fun and colour into our fleet by branding two vehicles with CI Pride logos. Our role in the Bailiwick is to keep people safe and secure which is why the Guernsey Police & Border Agency have chosen to visually demonstrate its support. Inclusion is a key factor in building relationships and creating teamwork within the Island. It’s important to remember that no matter who you are, regardless of your background, age, gender, sexual orientation, race, hierarchy, religion, or beliefs – we are here to help.”