Policing team to host live webchat

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SUSSEX Police’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Liaison Team are hosting a live webchat.

During the drop-ins, the team will provide a range of advice and support on all lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues around safety, the law and policing.

They will also respond to neighbourhood concerns.

LGBT liaison officer PC Rich Bridger said: ‘As a force, we take all hate incidents seriously and endeavour to help all members of our community in any way that we can.’

‘If you have any issues or questions for the team, wherever you are in Sussex, this is your chance to log on for an informal chat.

‘Ahead of Transgender Remembrance Day on November 20, we’re being joined by a member of The Clare Project, a self-supporting group in Brighton and Hove which is available to anybody who wants to find out about gender identity.

Join the chat from 7.30pm to 9.30pm on Tuesday at sussex.police.uk/lgbt, tweet @PoliceLGBT or use the hashtag #lgbtdropin.