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Glendale, Arizona

  Available State County City

Part I. Non-Discrimination Laws
This category evaluates whether discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity is prohibited in areas of employment, housing, and public accommodations.

Employment 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0
Housing 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0
Public Accommodations 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total Part I: 0 out of 30 Points


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Part II. Municipality as Employer
By offering equivalent benefits and protections to LGBT employees, and by awarding contracts to fair-minded businesses, municipalities commit themselves to treating LGBT employees equally.

Non-Discrimination in City Employment 6 6 6 6
Transgender-Inclusive Healthcare Benefits 6     0
City Contractor Non-Discrimination Ordinance 3 3 0 0
Total Part II: 12 out of 24 Points
BONUS POINTS:
Inclusive Workplace
+2     0


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Part III. Municipal Services
This section assesses the efforts of the city to ensure LGBT constituents are included in city services and programs.

Human Rights Commission 5 0
LGBT Liaison to City Executive 5 0
Enumerated Anti-Bullying Policies 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total Part IV: 0 out of 16 Points
BONUS POINTS:
NDO Enforcement by Commission/Executive
+3     0
BONUS POINTS:
City provides services to/supports LGBT youth
+2     2
BONUS POINTS:
City provides services to/supports LGBT homeless
+2     0
BONUS POINTS:
City provides services to/suppports LGBT elderly
+2     0
BONUS POINTS:
City provides services to/supports people living with HIV/AIDS
+2     0


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Part IV. Law Enforcement
Fair enforcement of the law includes responsible reporting of hate crimes and engaging with the LGBT community in a thoughtful and respectful way.

LGBT Police Liaison or Task Force 10 0
Reported 2012 Hates Crimes Statistics to the FBI 12 12
Total Part V: 12 out of 22 Points


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Part V. Relationship with the LGBT Community
This category measures the city leadership’s commitment to fully include the LGBT community and to advocate for full equality.

Leadership’s Public Position on LGBT Equality 5 0
Leadership’s Pro-Equality Legislative or Policy Efforts 3 0
Total Part VI: 3 out of 8 Points
BONUS POINTS:
Openly LGBT elected or appointed municipal leaders
+3     0
BONUS POINTS:
City tests limits of restrictive state law
+2     0


  Total Parts I-VI 27
  Total Bonus 2
  Final Score
(Cannot exceed 100 points)
29