Help us spread the
message that Hate Crime will not be tolerated in St.Helens on May
17 - The International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia
& Biphobia. (IDAHOTB)
IDAHOTB is the largest LGBTI solidarity event to take place
throughout the globe with over 1,000 events taking place in more
than 120 countries worldwide.
To add to that solidarity, we want as many people as possible
to take part in this campaign to #SpreadLove on
The louder the message of support for gender & sexual equality
in St.Helens, the more we can raise awareness & help break down
the silence which surrounds hate crime.
5 Ways you can #SpreadLove on IDAHOTB day!
Report Hate Crime
Hate Crime is any offence or incident committed against
individuals, groups and communities because of who they are.
Victims of hate crime are often reluctant to report crimes
committed against them due to embarrassment or fear of repeat
attacks.If you have been affected by Hate Crime, there are a number
of support agencies in place to offer advice and guidance,
Stop Hate UK
There are a number of ways you can contact Stop Hate UK:
101, or in an emergency call 999
The Hate Crime Investigation Unit, SIGMA, can be accessed via the
Merseyside Police main switchboard.