Galop offers a service called Assisted Reporting (or Third Party Reporting). This means that if you have experienced or know of a homophobic or transphobic incident in the Greater London area but do not feel able to report it directly to the police, you can report it to us instead. We promise not to reveal […]
At Galop you can talk to a trained caseworker who is an LGBT person.
We want to hear about incidents where the victim is LGBT or where the incident itself is anti-LGBT
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