10th-17th October is National Hate Crime Awareness Week. North Halifax Partnership stands against all forms of discrimination. #TogetherAgainstHate

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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