9th November 2012
Manchester: Homophobic train passenger’s caution branded ‘lenient’ 39
9:42 PM — Two gay men who were subjected to a homophobic rant on a train say the decision to give the perpetrator a caution was “too lenient”.
7th November 2012
Video: Train passenger’s anti-gay tirade caught on YouTube 112
5:00 PM — A 56-year-old man has been cautioned after shouting homophobic abuse and several expletives at two men on a train.
26th October 2012
Jamaica faces legal action over anti-gay laws 15
8:57 PM — Three people have launched legal against Jamaica due to the country’s continued enforcement of anti-gay laws.
25th October 2012
Manchester: LGBT hustings for police commissioner candidates 1
12:56 PM — The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (LGF) has announced that those running to become the first elected police and crime commissioner for Greater Manchester are due to take part in a hustings event for the LGBT community.
23rd October 2012
Kentucky: Relative gives evidence in gay hate trial
10:11 PM — A relative of two men charged in connection with a homophobic attack in the US state of Kentucky has said the two suspects laughed about assaulting the victim and said they did it because the man is gay.
Wales: Judge’s anger at light sentence for anti-gay neighbour 13
9:06 PM — A judge has spoken of his frustration after he was forced to allow a woman who has caused years of homophobic torment for her neighbours, to be given a suspended sentence.
Macedonia: Anti-gay attacks on the rise 14
3:42 PM — MEPs have expressed concern over an increase in homophobic incidents in Macedonia.
22nd October 2012
US: Gay man falsely imprisoned by extremist church 25
6:00 PM — Four members of a church in North Carolina have been charged with false imprisonment over allegations that they held a young gay man against his will.
David Cameron: Hate crime levels are ‘appalling’ 45
1:37 PM — David Cameron has reaffirmed the government’s commitment in tackling homophobic crime and has described the current hate crime statistics for England and Wales as “appalling”.
London: Low turnout for hate crime vigil 32
12:13 PM — Organisers of Saturday’s London Vigil against Hate Crime say they were left disappointed at the low turnout but believe it was still a success.
19th October 2012
Kentucky: Bisexual wife of gay attacker testifies against husband
3:46 PM — The wife of Anthony Ray Jenkins has given evidence against her husband who stands accused of attacking a gay man in the US state of Kentucky.
17th October 2012
US: Cousins accused of attacking gay victim in a park stand trial 9
8:44 PM — Two cousins in the US state of Kentucky charged with attacking a gay man in a park have gone on trial.
16th October 2012
California: Man accused of anti-gay hammer attack appears in court
2:01 PM — A man in California has appeared in court over an alleged homophobic attack on a gay couple as they walked their dog.
Stonewall: Tackling anti-gay crime should be a priority for new police commissioners 4
1:09 PM — Stonewall has launched a campaign calling on candidates standing to become Police and Crime Commissioners to promise to tackle homophobic crime.
12th October 2012
Moscow: 4 people injured in attack on gay club 12
12:42 PM — A gay rights activist says several people have been injured by masked men who stormed into a Moscow gay club.
2nd October 2012
Missouri: 17-year-old pleads guilty to anti-gay attack 7
6:26 PM — A teenager in the US state of Missouri has pleaded guilty to a hate crime charge over the beating of a gay neighbour in July of this year.
28th September 2012
Sussex: Police commissioner candidates to be quizzed on homophobic crime 14
4:34 PM — Those hoping to become the first elected police commissioner for Sussex are due to take part in a hustings event on homophobic crime.
3rd May 2012
Belgium: Gay man’s death may be first to be classed as homophobic 16
4:49 PM — The death of Belgian man whose body was found this week may be the first to be treated as a homophobic killing under Belgium's new laws.
18th April 2012
Comment: The gay community, the police and the question of trust 73
3:13 PM — Stuart Ross writes that police services need to continue rebuilding confidence with the LGBT communities, and communities need to challenge police by reporting hate crime.
22nd March 2012
Video: Film urges reporting of anti-gay crimes in Hampshire 5
12:21 PM — Police in Hampshire have released a new film demonstrating the work of their liaison officers with the gay, bi and trans community and encouraging victims and witnesses of hate crimes to report them.