Rainbow Boroughs Social Media

Public Facebook Page

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You will need a Facebook profile in order to access this Facebook page.

Private LinkedIn Group

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You need to be a LinkedIn member to apply to join this group.

Public Twitter Profile

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You will need a Twitter account to follow our Twitter profile.

Public Instagram Profile

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You will need an Instagram profile to access our Instagram profile.

You Tube Channel

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To be confirmed

Rainbow BOROUGHS PROJECT AT LONDON PRIDE 2017

Check out this fantastic video of our first Rainbow Boroughs Project marching group taking part in the Pride in London Parade (8th July 2017), sponsored by 17-24-30 No To Hate Crime Campaign. #LoveHappensHere

Marching at PRide 2009 to 2019

Join our marching group 2019

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We have secured 70 wristbands for peopel to march with us at Pride in London. These will be issued on a first come first served basis - prioritising our volunteers, the Moore family and members of London Irish LGBT Network and Borough LGBT Forums.

London Pride 2018

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Anti-hate crime charity 17-24-30 NationalHCAW "Rainbow Boroughs Project" marching group.

London Pride 2017

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 Anti-hate crime charity 17-24-30 NationalHCAW "Rainbow Boroughs Project" marching group. 

London Pride 2016

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This year we marched in solidarity with Orlando. We were invited on to the main stage in Trafalgar Square and met up with the American Ambassador and the Mayor of London 

Pride in the Park 2014

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Sunday Pride in the Park / UK Black Pride in Vauxhall Gardens.

Consortium

Consortium website

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Consortium Facebook

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Consortium Twitter

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Consortium A-Z Members Directory

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A directory of 307 Consortium members.

Rainbow Boroughs Photo Album

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A photo album of 289 Consortium Members linking to the A-Z Consortium Directory.

Rainbow Boroughs Twitter List

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A list of 224 Consortium Member's Twitter profiles.

Pan-London

Met LGBT Network

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This a staff LGBT Network for LGBT Police officers and support staff.


It links in to a national LGBT Police Network

Hate Crime Diamond Group

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This is a Metropolitan Police Service Forum consisting of key representatives from local authorities, key partners and communities affected by hate crime. Invitation only.

MPS LGBT Working Group

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This is one of several strand specific working groups that feed into the MPS Hate Crime Diamond Group above. Invitation Only.

MPS Independent LGBT Advisory Group

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A group of independent LGBT representatives who provide independent advice to the Met Police.

London LGBT+ Forums Network

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This an LGBT+ forum made up of representatives from the existing borough LGBT forums of London.


It is chaired by David Robson and meets four times a year at City Hall.

Galop

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Galop, the LGBT+ anti-violence charity.

If you’ve experienced hate crime, sexual violence or domestic abuse, Galop are here for you. They also support lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer people who have had problems with the police or have questions about the criminal justice system.

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Met Police BASE Command Units (BCU's)

Base Command Units

During 2018/2019 the Metropolitan Police Service has been restructuring the way that it works across London. The 32 London Boroughs have been organised into 12 Base Command Units.


Below we have started to map existing borough LGBT Forums in each of the new Base Command Units.



What's happening in your area?

Get the latest crime statistics and advice, help the police with appeals for information and find out what they are doing to tackle crime in your area. 

Central West

Hammersmith and Fulham

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Kensington and Chelsea

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