Remote Reporting

Police forces across Scotland recognise that sometimes people can be too scared to report crimes.  To make sure that people can report crimes in a way that makes them feel safe to do so, the police work alongside other organisations and provide Remote Reporting.

Remote Reporting can also be called Third Party Reporting but the process is the same, although there may be slight changes depending on which police force operates in your area.

To find out more about what this involves, how to remote report, and to contact your local police force, please use the tabs at the top of this box.

We work alongside police forces and provide remote reporting for victims of homo/transphobic crimes.  Please email info@lgbtyouth.org.uk for further details or to contact a member of staff who can help you.

To contact your local police force and find out how to report a homophobic incident, please use the link below and select your area:


Alternatively, you can email info@lgbtyouth.org.uk to find out where you can make a third party report.