Call for information: Murder of Julian Aubrey

Galop was deeply saddened to hear about the murder of Julian Aubrey in his home this October.


Aubrey, who was 55 years old and lived in Kensington was known for his work with the LGBT community.


There may be people who knew Julian or perhaps have information connected to what happened, who are upset or nervous about talking with the police.


Galop is a confidential, independent and non-judgemental service. We can give advice about your choices in giving information to the police, or pass on anonymous information on your behalf.


You can call our helpline on 020 7704 2040 or email


Alternatively, you can call the police directly on 0208 358 0200 and quote ‘Operation Neasham’.

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