I write and advocate for social justice and equality initially with a focus on race, sexuality and mental health and now, housing and homelessness. I began writing with a blog followed by opinion pieces for newspapers and magazines including, the Independent and the Guardian and appeared on television and radio for the BBC and Sky News. I served as a detective with both the Greater Manchester Police and London’s Metropolitan Police. Granta published my debut book Forced Out about my time on the Force for which I was awarded an MBE for services to diversity through literature by the Queen and shortlisted for the Polari Prize. I hold a Master’s in Writing from Regent’s University London and am a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. My literary agent is Emma Paterson at Aitken Alexander

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