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Hate crime is an offence committed against property, an individual, group or community that is motivated by the offender’s hostility or prejudice because of a victim’s sexuality, disability, religion or belief, race or ethnicity.
Hate crime can include things like:
- verbal abuse and taunts
- mail or literature
- vehicle crime
- sexual offences
How do I report?
Where can I get support?
0845 4566099 (Mon-Fri 8am-8pm)
SARI (Stand Against Racism and Inequality)
0117 942 0060 (24 hours)
Online - http://www.sariweb.org.uk/
National freephone number 0800 171 2272
Part of the Government's role includes supporting local areas in their efforts to tackle hate crime. Information is available on the Challenge it, Report it, Stop it campaign can be found on the Home Office Website