LGBTQ Liaison

The Hampton Police Division's LGBTQ liaison addresses the needs of the lesbian, gay, transgender and questioning community and connects that community with the police and other members of law enforcement.   

On June 22, 2017, Hampton Roads Pride, the Citizens’ Unity Commission and the Hampton Police Division hosted a special community conversation called “Understanding the Experiences of our LGBTQ Neighbors.” Read the news release.

About the liaison

Sergeant Nakia Peek
Community Policing Sergeant 

In the news

Read more: “Hampton Police adds its first LGBTQ liaison”Daily Press

  1. Police News
  2. Calendar of Events
  1. Police being proactive after early-2019 homicides; 2018 saw decrease in violent crimes

    Jan. 28, 2019 - Police Chief Terry Sult told City Council that he was addressing concerns after an unusual four homicides in January. That followed a decrease in crime last year, with violent crime down 18 percent and overall crime down 12 percent. Read on...
  2. Police, sheriff, others sponsoring 'get fit' family day at Y.H. Thomas

    Aug. 3, 2018 - Hampton police, the sheriff's office, commonwealth's attorneys office and the local NAACP are sponsoring a back to school "Healthy 'get fit' Family Day" on Saturday, Aug. 25, at the Y.H. Thomas Community Center, 1300 Thomas St. Read on...
  3. Hampton police to apply for federal grant funds to support technology upgrades

    Aug. 1, 2018 - The City of Hampton is eligible to apply for the 2018 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program Local Solicitation. These funds would support additional equipment, supplies, training, and more. Read on...