Tackling Biphobia - A Guide for Safety Services

This information sheet provides advice for criminal justice and other safety services, such as the police, councils, charities and the Crown Prosecution Service, on biphobia and biphobic hate crime.

Service providers have a responsibility to tackle prejudice and hate crime faced by bisexual people.

The first section will help them to recognise biphobia and biphobic hate crime and the second will enable them to record and deal with incidents.

The final section shows the positive steps that can be taken to raise awareness of the issues and create a safe and welcoming environment for bisexual people.



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