FFLAG supports the MET

On Thursday, FFLAG trustees attended the Metropolitan Police Service Hate Crime Roadshow for all their staff, in particular, their hate crime investigators, safer schools officers, neighbourhood Policing teams and safer transport teams.  The day was about officers and staff being aware of what help there is for victims of hate crime and their families.

Bruce and Janet Kent were invited to represent FFLAG on the day to provide information and resources about the work that we do and to learn how we can better work alongside them.

Chief Superintendent Dave Stringer, Head of Community Engagement for the MET said, “FFLAG is a wonderful support for families and really important support to help when young people are going through such an important time in their lives.”