Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Borough Liaison

LGBT Hate Crime poster

Abuse because of someone's sexual orientation or gender identity is hate crime. If you have been verbally or physically abused, harassed or attacked in any way by someone because they think you are a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) please help yourself and the community by reporting these crimes.

Remember in an emergency always dial 999, for non - emergency, ring 101 and request to speak to the Borough Community Safety Unit covering where you live or where the incident occurred. You can also report non-urgent crimes via the Met's online crime reporting facility.

The Metropolitan Police Service continues to have an LGBT liaison officer on every borough to assist LGBT people living, working or visiting London. To speak to your local LGBT liaison officer please contact your borough community Safety unit. There are more than 500 specialist hate crime investigators working in our 32 dedicated hate crime Community Safety Units (CSUs); who work with the partners to support victims in all aspects of hate crime.

Homophobic & Transphobic abuse is a crime. Report it. Stop it. Don't tolerate it.