30th January 2014
Video: Gay Kyrgyzstani men discuss their ‘abuse and torture’ by police 1
4:32 PM — Human Rights Watch has released a video showing gay victims of extortion, rape and torture by police in Kyrgyzstan recounting their experiences.
29th January 2014
Kyrgyzstan: Report documents widespread physical and sexual abuse of gay men by police 4
7:30 PM — A report by a leading human rights group has claimed that gay and bisexual men in Kyrgyzstan face extortion, beatings, illegal detentions and even rape from the police force.
28th January 2014
Manchester police branded ‘institutionally homophobic’ in damning report 13
1:38 PM — Greater Manchester Police is “still an institutionally racist, sexist, homophobic and disablist organisation”, a report has claimed.
15th January 2014
Nigerian police accused of using entrapment and torture to identify and arrest gay men 17
2:07 AM — Police in Nigeria have been accused of using torture to compile and add to lists of men assumed to be gay, leading to arrests.
14th January 2014
Bristol: Police treating city centre assault on teen as homophobic crime
12:47 PM — Police have released an image of a man they want to speak to in connection with a homophobic assault on a teenager in Bristol.
13th January 2014
Brighton: Man glassed in face during attack in gay bar
3:24 PM — Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was glassed in the face in a gay bar in Brighton.
10th January 2014
UK: Four arrested over gay pub homophobic attack
6:07 PM — Police investigating a homophobic attack at a gay pub in Norwich have arrested four people.
Met Police to patrol Redbridge cruising spots in bid to reduce hate crime 3
2:37 PM — The Metropolitan Police Service has launched a crackdown against homophobic crime in a north London borough by patrolling public areas used for sex.
9th January 2014
Italy: Police arrest suspect over death of gay rights activist 2
11:49 AM — Police in Italy have arrested a suspect in connection with the death of a gay rights campaigner.
2nd January 2014
US: Police investigate suspected arson attack on gay club packed with New Year revellers
12:22 PM — Police are investigating a suspected arson attack following a fire at a packed gay club on New Year’s Day in the US city of Seattle.
27th December 2013
UK: Man charged in connection with manslaughter of gay grandfather
11:03 AM — A man has been charged in connection with the manslaughter of Ronald Hayes, a gay grandfather who was fatally assaulted near a gay bar in Chester.
17th December 2013
Chester: Suspects arrested in connection with gay man’s death rebailed by police
12:52 PM — Two men arrested in connection with the death of a 63-year-old gay man in Chester have been rebailed until next week.
16th December 2013
UK: Trans police officer loses discrimination case against force 8
1:52 PM — A transgender police officer who sued her force after she allegedly had to “out” herself over a police radio system has lost her case at an employment tribunal.
29th November 2013
Gay grandfather murdered outside gay bar in Chester
2:06 PM — Police have arrested and bailed two men in connection with the fatal assault of a gay man outside a Chester gay bar.
Gay German policeman kills and eats man after meeting on cannibal website 24
1:19 PM — A gay policeman in Germany has been arrested on suspicion of killing and chopping up a man he met on a cannibal website.
25th November 2013
Police urge for vigilance against thief targeting gay men across London
2:30 PM — Police in the east London borough of Hackney are trying to trace a suspect linked to a string of thefts from gay men.
22nd November 2013
Mayor of Lambeth to take place in walk to reclaim Vauxhall after hate crime threat 6
5:10 PM — The Mayor of Lambeth is to take place in a walk on Sunday evening through Vauxhall, in order to reclaim the area after an attempted attack on a gay couple last weekend.
Former Co-op Bank chairman Paul Flowers arrested over drug allegations
11:36 AM — Paul Flowers, the gay former chairman of Co-op Bank, has been arrested in connection with a drugs supply investigation, police have said.
20th November 2013
Police search home of gay former Co-op bank chairman Paul Flowers 5
3:23 PM — Police have searched the Bradford home of Paul Flowers, the gay former Co-op bank chairman who continues to face intense public scrutiny about his private life.
12th November 2013
Scotland: Edinburgh saunas to lose public entertainment licences 3
11:18 AM — Following the recent emergence of a police crackdown in Edinburgh of condoms in public saunas, the council is now considering pulling licenses from such services altogether, saying current policy is "no longer proving to be effective."