Diary Sheets and Guidance on Keeping a Written Record of Hate Crime

This information sheet is for LGBT people facing an on-going pattern of harassment that includes hate crimes or non-criminal hate incidents.

Why keep a written record? 

When you are facing harassment (repeated unwanted behaviour that causes alarm or distress) over a number or weeks, months or years it can be difficult to remember details about everything that happened.

Having a written record of each occasion when you are targeted, including dates and reference numbers, is useful in helping services to understand your situation and to take appropriate action.

This guide suggests what information is useful to record and it also includes a diary sheet you can use.


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