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Report a Hate Crime

Reporting to the Police

If you have been a victim of hate crime, and you would like to report it to An Garda Síochána (the Irish police), you should phone your local garda station in advance, and ask to speak with the ELO/LGBTLO who is the dedicated ethnic liaison officer/lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender liaison officer. You can find the number of your local garda station here: http://www.garda.ie/stations/default.aspx. If there is no ELO/LGBTLO in that station, or they are not available, call the Garda Racial, Intercultural and Diversity Office on 01 6663150.

Other Reporting and Support 

If you feel unable to report to An Garda Síochána for any reason, there are a number of Non-Governmental Organisations that support victims of hate crime. 

If you have been a victim of racist or religiously aggravated hate crime, report it to ENAR Ireland here: http://www.ireport.ie/  

If you have been a victim of homophobic hate crime, report it to https://www.glen.ie/stop-lgbt-hate-crime-record.aspx  

If you have been a victim of transphobic hate crime, report it to https://transequality.wufoo.eu/forms/stad-2015/ 

You can also get support from http://crimevictimshelpline.ie/ or by calling 116006, by emailing info@crimevictimshelpline.ie or by texting 085 1337711