LGBTQ Hate Crime Service


Hate crimes target people because of who they are (or who they are thought to be) regarding their sexuality, gender identity, ethnic identity, religious beliefs or because they have a disability.


Hate crimes take many forms - verbal abuse, physical attack, damage to property, or harassment. It can target you, your family, partners or friends. It can happen online, in the playground, on the sports field, at your workplace or anywhere.

If you have experienced hate crime, we are here to help. We offer LGBTQ people individual, tailored support, including:
• Reporting incidents anonymously on your behalf
• Helping you report incidents to the Police
• Advocating for you with local councils, housing services, police, and other services
• Helping you find the right support to meet your needs
• Assisting you to access counselling, social support and more


Our service is free and confidential. If you want talk to someone about an incident or a concern please complete the form below and a member of our hate crime team will be in contact, or you can use the contact information below:
0208 305 5000 or email safer@metrocharity.org.uk

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