This section answers some questions about keeping diary sheets to record hate crime, abuse or anti social behaviour happening where you live. If it doesn’t answer your specific question or you want to talk about your situation, call Galop in confidence on 020 7704 2040.
A diary sheet is a form you can use to record details about an ongoing problem where you live.
Hopefully the problem won’t last long, but if it does, its easy to forget things that happened months before.
Organisations often ask you to fill in their own diary sheets and you fill it in as they have requested. However it might also be useful to include the following
The Galop diary sheet (downloadable here) includes a column to write about any impacts of the incident on you.
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