Say No to Hate Crime

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10th-17th October is National Hate Crime Awareness Week.

If you’ve experienced an act of violence or hostility because of who you are or because of what someone thinks you are, you may have been the victim of a hate incident or hate crime.

Hate incidents and hate crime happen because of prejudice or hostility based on a person’s disability, race, religion, sexual orientation or transgender identity.

The law considers hate incidents and hate crime to be particularly serious.

How can I report a Hate Crime?

  1. Directly to the police using 999 if it’s an emergency or 111 if it isn’t.
  2. Using the online reporting tool.
  3. Crime Stoppers – 0800 555 111.
  4. To a Hate Incident Reporting Centre.

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