Stonewall has produced a brand new hate crime reporting guide, covering all forms of hate crime. It tells people how they're protected, where to go for help, and why it is important to report hate crime.
We've produced a series of posters to raise awareness of reporting hate crime - amongst those who experience hate crime as well as those who witness it.
You can also download an easy read poster.
Stonewall's latest publication looks in detail at the extent and nature of homophobic hate crimes and incidents in Britain. The polling of 2,500 people, conducted by YouGov for Stonewall, shows that hate crime remains a serious issue across the country.
Stonewall has also launched a practical guide for police forces on how to protect lesbian, gay and bisexual people. Protecting lesbian, gay and bisexual people: A practical guide for police forces sets out simple and practical steps that police forces can take to help them better serve lesbian, gay and bisexual people. We have sent a copy to all Chief Constables, Police and Crime Commissioners and local authorities in England and Wales.
For more information on Stonewall's work with the criminal justice system contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For further details about homophobic hate crime, including how to report incidents to the police, visit our hate crime information pages.