Patrons & Ambassadors

We are supported by our Patron and several Ambassadors who are eager to see change implemented and are committed to the growth of WWHMC. All of our supporters and Patron:

Believe in the aims of Who Will Hear My Cry and motivate others to become involved

Help raise valuable funds for our work with around child abuse and rape victims within hard to reach groups in the UK and across other continents.

Generate awareness of our achievements and campaigns with child abuse and rape victims

    WWHMC Ambassador Leroy Logan


    Leroy Logan is a retired Superintendent who served 30 years, 1983-2013, in the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS).      His community based career was primarily through borough level policing, focussing on cultural groups that historically have a
    lack of trust & confidence in the MPS.
    Leroy’s last operational posting was between November ’07 – February ’13, as member of the national police team that           successfully co-ordinated the safety & security of the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympics across the UK. He also contributed  to the post Games Legacy security report to Government.
    As founder member & past Chair of the MPS Black Police Association (BPA), as well as founder & first Chair of the National BPA, resulted in Leroy giving submission to the Macpherson Inquiry in ’98, in addition to being a member of the Home Office Lawrence Steering Group; independent oversight of the police focussed Macpherson recommendations. Leroy also had a specific role to play with the Home Office in setting the first police recruitment, retention & progression targets.
Leroy’s BPA work led him towards developing in 2001 an award winning community engagement & consultation programme in Westminster. This was also the driving force behind the formation of a thriving alumni called the YBPA (Young Black Positive Advocates), made up of graduates from the year 9 Leadership Programme, which now has BTECH level 2 accreditation equivalent to a GCSE; part of the ongoing pan London VOYAGE (Voice Of the Youth And Genuine Empowerment) brand, under the auspices of the BPA Charitable Trust that he still Chairs.
Since retiring Leroy has set his focus on maintaining safer & stronger communities, especially for young people, through REALLITY (Raising Everyone’s Awareness of Lives Lost in The Youth) his social enterprise & REALLITY Security Solutions (RSS) his security consultancy.  
As a result of his RSS work, Leroy is now working with Spark2Life engagement & advocacy charity, for young people, in their Custody Office Coordinator project. Offering timely & practical interventions for affected people in police custody, with the intention of reducing gang related activities & to assist them in making more positive life choices.
Leroy Logan’s awards
For his contributions to policing include:
1. MBE in 2000.
2. Four Commissioner’s Commendations 2003-2007.
3. Long Service medal in 2005.
4. Queen’s Jubilee medals in 2002 & 2012.
5. Association of Colleges National Gold award in 2010.
6, Honorary PhD from the University of East London 2013.
He is an accomplished public speaker, opinion former, strategist & security consultant. 
(NB his LinkedIn page:-




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