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How to report a hate crime

How to report a hate crime

SKU: 11.19
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    A hate crime is a type of crime that targets a particular individual or group due to their gender identity, sexual orientation, race or ethnicity, disability or religion and belief. A victim does not have to be part of a protected group to be targeted. For example, discrimination by association might mean someone is targeted due to them being in an interracial relationship. 


    Attacks can vary and can be directed at your property or to your person. However, it is always important to report even if you do not believe your case will be taken seriously. There are different ways of reporting. 

    • You can report a hate incident to the police, either by calling 101 or if you fear for your life and it's an emergency dialling 999.
    • You can either report a hate crime online via True Vision, the official website for reporting hate crimes. They also include third party report organisations if you do not feel comfortable going to the police. 
    • In Scotland, you can report hate crimes directly to their website
    • If you do not want any police intervention or even do not want to go public, you can contact Crimestoppers and file a report anonymously. 


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