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Brief Summary

The Hate Crime Report brings the numbers and statistics around London’s anti LGBT hate crime together into one easy-to-understand resource for the first time.

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Is hate crime reporting going up or down? Do we trust the police? How well are the police and courts serving us? They’re simple questions but activists, police and
journalists rarely agree on the answer. It doesn’t help that the numbers can be baffling and are open to interpretation. 

This report tries to answer those questions and put tools into the hands of people to hold their local police and council to account.

It uses evidence gathered through freedom of information requests and new analysis of data about lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) participants within existing studies; much of which is available here for the first time.

We have tried to present the facts in a simple way, but if you want to see more detailed data about the police and courts, it will soon be available on the Galop website.


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