Convicted Homophobes to Sign Register & receive a Public House Banning Order. #CallumsCall

Convicted Homophobes to Sign Register & receive a Public House Banning Order. #CallumsCall

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Cal Hesketh started this petition to Boris Johnson (Prime Minister) and

In November 2018 I was subject of a homophobic attack. Whilst the police investigation was going on, the individual was living in his same apartment block above me for 4 months, allowed to drink in my town and city centre bars where many LGBTQ+ members frequent there. I was petrified of him and I had to leave as I was in fear of my life and well being.

Im calling for tougher restrictions during the investigatory process and once charged with homophobia offences, whether physical or verbal and tougher sentencing and:

  • Minimal victim compensation of £1,000 per offence.
  • Tagging during investigation process. (Checking into a police station and tracking offender 24/7)
  • Regular patrols of vulnerable areas (residence/work of victim or offender)
  • Banning order from any public house/bar/licensed premises serving alcohol as many members of the LGBTQ+ community attend. 
  • Signatory of a Homophobia Register just as you would a sex offender. The crimes are just as serious. 

People with a history of homophobia are as dangerous as sex offenders and there needs to be tracking and monitoring of them. We need to act now to save lives by protecting men and women in the LGBTQ+ serial offenders and homophobic perpetrators by introducing a register which would help police to pro-actively identify, track, monitor and manage these remorseless individuals instead of relying on a series of victims to report multiple crimes.

This needs to change.

It is the perpetrator’s behaviour that is the problem. There needs to be a positive obligation on them to change their behaviour and take responsibility. They are the ones who need to be tracked, supervised and managed and not the victim.

 

An introduction to banning perpetrators from public houses and bars is also essential for the complete protection to the public as the victim, their associate or a members of the community could fall subject to homophobic abuse after they have been charged. 

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