Greenwich pub the Rose and Crown to hold gay hate crime surgery

Greenwich pub the Rose and Crown to hold gay hate crime surgery

Greenwich pub the Rose and Crown to hold gay hate crime surgery

First published in News News Shopper: Photograph of the Author by , deputy news editor

POLICE have launched a pub-based surgery for victims of gay hate crime.

Officers will be in the Rose and Crown pub, Croom’s Hill, Greenwich, on the last Friday of every month.

The first surgery will be held on June 24, allowing people to report hate crime in confidence.

Detective Constable Stephen Proctor said: “Our surgery has a pivotal role in helping people to come forward.

“All officers involved fully understand the issues faced by the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community across London."

Advice on issues related to hate crime in the form of leaflets and information will also be provided.

To contact your local LGBT liaison officer email lgbt-rg@met.police.uk

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10:14am Sat 4 Jun 11

Trumpytomtom says...

Take it PubSpy wont be visiting this pub then? Lol
Take it PubSpy wont be visiting this pub then? Lol Trumpytomtom
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12:13pm Sat 4 Jun 11

madras says...

great idea, not just for the 'target' community but more generally - making the police more accessible...
great idea, not just for the 'target' community but more generally - making the police more accessible... madras
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1:49pm Sat 4 Jun 11

jimmy_mac says...

can people report hate crime against disabeld people at this event to?
can people report hate crime against disabeld people at this event to? jimmy_mac
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10:43am Mon 6 Jun 11

the wall says...

jimmy_mac wrote:
can people report hate crime against disabeld people at this event to?
You can report any crime to any Police officer. You could even ring the station or send an email.
[quote][p][bold]jimmy_mac[/bold] wrote: can people report hate crime against disabeld people at this event to?[/p][/quote]You can report any crime to any Police officer. You could even ring the station or send an email. the wall
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