How to report Hate Crime.

It is important that we all raise awareness that Hate Crime is not acceptable. It should be challenged and stopped. People should feel confident to report a Hate Crime, incident, anti-social behaviour, intimidation or harassment to the Police either directly or via a third party advocate or specialist organisation, who will take each case very seriously.

Further information regarding Hate Crime is on the Avon and Somerset Police website at:,-assault-and-hate-crime/hate-crime/

This includes how to report a Hate Crime or incident.

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Reporting Hate Incidents and Hate Crimes provides valuable information. Evidence that a crime has been aggravated by prejudice can lead to an increased sentence at court.
If you feel you are becoming a victim of hate crime the police would prefer to speak to you directly on the phone (by calling us on 101) or in person at a police station.
To report a hate crime fill in the ‘Report a crime or incident’ form.
By entering your postcode in the ‘Your Area’ section of the above website, you are provided with a link to contact your Local Policing Team. You can also view local events as they are arranged. An example of such an event can be seen here:

The 'Every Victim Matters' project offers support to victims of hate crime across Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset and Somerset. As part of this project the police offer an independent, dedicated phone line which people can use to report hate crimes and incidents - 0800 171 2272 - as well as an online reporting facility at:

Nationally, True Vision, is an organisation which offer an independent hate crime reporting service and additional information can be found at:

‘Lighthouse’ ( provides integrated victim and witness care services, with enhanced support for vulnerable, intimidated and/or persistently targeted people.

Diversity Voice has been campaigning about improving outcomes for victims of Hate Crime for years. We deliver this work for children and young people in schools. Diversity Voice has never been funded for this work with adults but in our less busy times we offer holistic support for victims of Hate Crime including financial assessment, welfare rights, referring victims to mental health services "talking therapy" or other health services.
Please call us on: 03000 750 105 or email to admin: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We collect information regarding Hate Crime so please call us if you are victim and you do not want to report the incident to the Police.
Unfortunately we may not be able to respond immediately as we do not currently have funding to provide this service but we will be able to suggest a course of action for you.

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