Hate Crime Awareness week

We’re supporting Hate Crime Awareness Week which is taking place this week.

Everyone has the right to feel safe especially in their own home and we all have a responsibility to stand against hatred and discrimination.

What is hate crime?

Hate crime is an act in which an offender intends to hurt another person based on the victim’s ethnicity, national origin, race, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, or disability.

How to report hate crime?

All instances of hate crime are a criminal offence, it should be reported to the Police. If you're in immediate danger, call 999.

We also need to know if there has been an incident of hate crime, you can report it by filling in our online ASB form or at the bottom of this page.

Our support services can help

If you've been affected by hate crime or any other ASB, you can speak to our Talking Therapies service for free confidential help and advice. 

Need more information about anti-social behaviour or need to report ASB, go to:

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