LGBT+ Engagement and Q&A Session with Devon & Cornwall police.

Date added: 22 September 2020

Intercom Trust invites you to an LGBT+ Engagement and Q&A Session with Devon & Cornwall Police

This engagement session will be hosted by Intercom Trust and will offer LGBT+ people the opportunity to discuss the areas outlined below and any challenges or concerns they may have.

 

Devon & Cornwall Police are keen to hear your views on:

  • How they can better engage with the LGBT+ communities
  • How to tackle homophobia, transphobia & biphobia within Devon/Plymouth and Cornwall
  • How to better promote existing hate crime reporting mechanisms
  • What potential reporting systems might better meet the needs of the LGBT+ communities
  • How to encourage more LGBT+ people to report hate crime
  • How they can improve and get things right first time
  • How to get key information out to the LGBT+ communities

Cornwall

The Cornwall session will be held on Monday 12th October 2020 6pm - 8pm via Zoom

If you'd like more info or you are interested in participating in the Cornwall session, visit: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cornwall-lgbt-engagementqa-session-with-devon-cornwall-police-tickets-121510676705

Devon/Plymouth

The Devon/Plymouth session will be held on Wednesday 14th October 2020 6pm - 8pm via Zoom If you'd like more info or you are interested in participating in the Devon/Plymouth session, visit: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/devonplymouth-lgbt-engagementqa-session-with-devon-cornwall-police-tickets-121506006737

 

The session is limited to 20 places, so book now

As soon as your place is booked, we will be in touch with more information and provide you with an opportunity to suggest questions you'd like to have answered by Devon & Cornwall police on the day

 

NB: This event is intended to be an opportunity for members of the LGBT+ community to explore the subject of hate crime reporting - in order to improve the service Devon & Cornwall police provide. We aim to make this online Engagement Session a safe space for everyone that participates. If we feel at any time that someone's attendance at the session is (or may) put the safety and comfort of others at risk, we reserve the right to withdraw their participation (either prior or during the session).