Homophobic and Transphobic Incident Reporting

EACH provides a confidential, homophobic or transphobic incident reporting service covering North Somerset, South Gloucestershire and Bristol. If you have been the target of a homophobic or transphobic incident or crime call our Actionline on 0808 1000 143 or use our online self-reporting form to receive the same support.

Is this a police or council reporting service?

EACH is a registered charity that is completely independent. No-one has access to any personal information you choose to give us without your consent.

Who will answer my call?

Your call will be answered by EACH staff who will listen to you, provide you with professional, confidential guidance and decide, with you, the best course of action to support you. If they are busy speaking to another caller or with a client, and your call cannot be taken, please call again within our designated hours or use our online reporting form.

Will the call be free?

Calls are free from most landlines or payphones, but some mobile providers will charge. Our number should not appear on a landline bill when the call is free. Calls from some mobiles will be charged but you will be told this by your mobile service provider before your call comes through to us.

What if I live outside of this area?

EACH works very closely with a number of agencies who can offer information, practical help and emotional support to targets of homophobic or transphobic incidents. If you have experienced an incident but do not live in North Somerset, South Gloucestershire or Bristol we will refer you to the most appropriate agency.

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