Greater Manchester LGBTQ+ Equality Panel

Hate Crime Survey 2024

Three people sat on a wall outside a park during autumn. The person on the left is wearing blue jeans and a black leather jacket. The person in the middle is wearing light blue jeans and a light blue denim jacket. The person on the right is wearing a brown gillet, dark blue t-shirt and beige hat.

The LGBTQ+ Panel wants to find out more about LGBTQ+ hate crime in Greater Manchester.

The Greater Manchester LGBTQ+ Equality Panel has launched a survey to capture the experiences of queer, trans and non-binary people in relation to hate crime and discrimination. The Panel wants to know whether the data currently being captured by Greater Manchester Police (GMP) is accurate, and whether community orientated sources of reporting might yield more accurate data.

The Panel will be using the data it collects to help GMP understand LGBTQ+ hate crime in Greater Manchester, and develop programmes of work to tackle and prevent future issues.

The survey is entirely anonymous, and will not collect your personal data.

If you’d like to contribute your experiences to the survey, please follow the link below.

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