A man has today been sentenced to 13 weeks imprisonment at Manchester magistrates’ court for the homophobic abuse of two men in Manchester city centre on 31st October 2014.
‘Too much anti-Semitic abuse’: GMP’s swift arrests after tram stop hate crime a comfort to Jewish community
Detectives investigating an anti-Semitic assault in Bowker Vale have made a further arrest.
Anti-Semitic attacks on members of Manchester’s Jewish community have increased by 38%, according to the Community Security Trust’s (CST) mid-year report.
A man has been jailed for historic sex offences against two people in Salford, including sexual abusing a girl from the age of seven, following a trial at Manchester Crown Court.
A sacked Manchester United employee has accused the club of ignoring his claims of sexual harassment, voyeurism and bullying, which he claims contributed to an unfair dismissal.
Manchester’s LGBT Foundation is part of a new campaign to put an end to around 35,000 victims of LGBT hate crimes suffering in silence every year.
For many Manchester nude models, the fear of being forced into doing ‘extra’ sexual favours by pushy photographers is an everyday concern.
GMP are to appear on our TV screens this weekend in a new three-part documentary which aims to reach out to victims of rape and sexual abuse.
Certain religions are encouraging child abuse in the belief it will ‘get the devil out of them’, according to a support worker working alongside Manchester academics to establish the link.
Ten men have been charged as part of an ongoing investigation into child sexual exploitation in Rochdale.
David Stobie, from the the criminal legal aid strategy division of the Ministry of Justice, spoke out on the issue of trolling and the damaging impact it can have on people’s lives.