This is not a wah Get Creative for International Womens Day 15.02.12 Denise Milani, Director, Diversity and Citizen Focus Directorate (DCFD), is keen to learn staff views on the progress the MPS has made around gender equality. With this in mind, and to coincide with International Womens Day 2012, DCFD is inviting officers and staff to get creative and put their observations and comments into verse. The authors of the winning poems will win the opportunity to discuss the Gender Agenda over elevenses with the Denise Milani in her office at New Scotland Yard on 8th March 2012. A feature on the poetry competition in a forthcoming issue of the Job is also planned. The competition is open to all officers and staff. Poems must fit onto one side of A4, must be no more than 30 lines in length and must: 1. Focus on one of the following themes: · Recruitment, retention or progression in the MPS · Creating a gender sensitive working environment · Successfully managing gender diverse teams. 2. Provide Denise Milani with insight on the progress made with the Gender Agenda from either a male or female perspective. 3. Provide a positive future vision for the MPS. Only one entry per person may be submitted. By submitting an entry, permission is given to the MPS to publish the authors poem More nonsense from the keyboard-rattlers SHOCK « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG The winner gets to meet the diversity officer at the Yard.