West Yorkshire Police have been proudly displaying colourful rainbow flags above stations across the county today in honour of a human rights day.

IDAHOT2016 is International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, which is being celebrated around the world today.

In Huddersfield, Kirklees Police flew the rainbow flag in Castlegate outside the station.

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It flew in Calderdale...

Wakefield police flew a giant rainbow flag at their city station

In Bradford, the police flew an LGBT flag at their headquarters

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A bright flag was flown at Wakefield district's headquarters in Normanton

And at Elland Road, Leeds police flew the flag at their headquarters

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A bisexual community flag was raised at the police training school

West Yorkshire Police's LGBT twitter feed describes itself as "working hard to keep West Yorkshire Police representative of the LBGT community and improve services the police provide to LGBT people."

They held a special event in Leeds on Saturday to mark this year's IDAHOT2016 day to talk about the work they're doing.