This is the Police National Dyslexia Association's logo, which has the crest logo of the association alongside the name.

Police Scotland: Chief Inspector Graeme Gallie

It was an absolute honour for the Police National Dyslexia Association to welcome CI Graeme Gallie to the launch of the Association at the House of Lords and New Scotland Yard. CI Gallie had flown down from Scotland specifically for the event! To have the support and involvement of Police Scotland to truly make the […]

Disability Support Network: Launch of the Police National Dyslexia Association

From our very close friend, PC Chris Hall, of Leicester Police and the Disability Support Network. On Tuesday 20th February the Disability Support Network attended the launch of the newly created Police National Dyslexia Association. The PNDA has been a work in progress over the last three years aving been spearheaded by Sergeant Maria Canning of […]

West Midlands Police: Introducing the Police National Dyslexia Association

Our colleagues in WMP shared this internal bulletin on their intranet: ‘A new national police association is set to improve the support available for colleagues with dyslexia and other neurodivergent conditions. The Police National Dyslexia Association (PNDA), affectionately nicknamed ‘Panda’ will also raise awareness around the conditions and offer support to supervisors. On Tuesday (20 […]

From the NPAA: National police dyslexia network launches

Taken from the National Police Autism Association’s blog. Tuesday 20th February 2024 saw the launch of a new UK-wide network dedicated to supporting dyslexic police officers and staff. The Police National Dyslexia Association (PNDA) was officially launched in a ceremony at the Palace of Westminster, hosted by Lord Addington, President of the British Dyslexia Association. […]

We Have Launched!

The Police National Dyslexia Association has launched! We are now open for business to help support our amazing colleagues nationwide to fully realise their dreams, potential, and career aspirations. Over time, our posts will grow to share our work – our success stories of supporting colleagues, our collaborations with organisations, our events, and more.