Help and advice about anti-social behaviour and hate incidents


A hate incident or hate crime is any incident/crime perceived, by the victim or any other person, to be motivated by prejudice or hate. This includes discrimination against a person's race, religion, sexuality, gender identity or disability. It can include criminal offences against a person or property.

Examples of hate incidents include verbal or written abuse, harassment and intimidation, damage to property or physical assault. It can also include texts or emails.
 
It is really important that you report hate incidents or crime so that we can work with you, and our partners, to try to address the problem. 
 
Please report hate crime/incidents if you are the victim, you have witnessed an incident or if you know someone who was the victim of an incident.
 
 
 

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