Wyong Council

 

Wyong Council and NSW Police encourage homophobia

 

We thank Wyong Council and NSW Police for signage that encourages homophobia and vigilante activity… this is not acceptable.

we’re aware that council workers will harass men, and have previously raised concerns about homophobic violence and ‘non-responsive’ police officers.

This does little to build trust and encourage men to report hate-related crimes against them, and we’re alarmed that Chief Supt. Donna Adney would allow signage that encourages homophobia from her officers, council and the public.

We have raised the issue with Ch. Supt. Adney and requested the signs be removed.
 
If you experience and/or witness any homophobic violence or vigilante activity by local residents, council workers and/or police officers… it’s important that you immediately REPORT the incident.

please keep safe and always look out for each other – alert others to any danger in the area

 

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Poll: Do Think Police Are Homophobic


if you encounter vigilante residents and/or homophobic violenceREPORT or send us an EMAIL.

  • note date / time of incident
  • general description / what they were wearing / how many there were
  • what they did and said to you
  • vehicle registrations / any other information that can identify them
  • any other information you can provide about the incident


if you encounter homophobic Council workers, ask for their name and to see identification - REPORT or send us an EMAIL.

  • note date / time of incident
  • their name and how many there were
  • what they did and said to you
  • vehicle registrations / any other information that can identify them
  • any other information you can provide about the incident
  • please consider making a complaint

 

if you encounter homophobic police officers, ask for their name, rank and station REPORT or send us an EMAIL.

  • date / time you were approached by police
  • the officers name, rank and station (or vehicle registrations / any other information that can identify them)
  • what the officer did and said to you
  • any other information you can provide about the incident
  • please consider making a complaint