City of London Police
Position and Statements on Hate Crime
The City of London Police will not tolerate any form of hate crime. We are committed to ensuring your safety. The Force has a dedicated public protection unit who are specifically trained for that role and are there to help.
Racist, homophobic and transphobic behaviour and domestic violence are treated as hate crimes. If you have been affected by hate crime, or think you have, then let us help you. We will offer you support and give you practical assistance and advice to help you decide what to do next.
To Report a Hate Crime
GIRES can report a trans related hate crime directly to this police force, protecting your anonymity if you wish, through the TCrime.net website.
To report a crime through TCrime.net, click here.
Alternatively you can contact the City of London Police directly:
- Website: http://www.cityoflondon.police.uk/citypolice/
- Phone: 999, 101 or 0207 601 2222 (if non emergency)
- Report online via True Vision (True Vision is a police funded online reporting website) True Vision
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Geographic Area Covered
The City of London. (This is distinct from the area covered by the Metropolitan Police.)