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Community Safety Partnership

Hate Crime Event

Hate Crime
Hate crime causes a great deal of harm to victims and their communities. We believe that fear of reporting such crimes is a big issue for many victims due to different reasons such as fear of intimidation or reprisals.

A hate crime or incident occurs when a person targets another person or their property because of their race, religion, disability, gender identity or sexual orientation.

Hate crime can take shape in many forms such as verbal abuse or insults in person, by e-mail, Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, etc) and text messages; physical attacks; damage to property; threats; intentional harassment, alarm or distress.

How do I report a hate crime?
Reporting makes a difference to you, your family and friends and to your community as you may prevent the next hate crime happening to someone else. You can report it directly to the Police on 01642 326326 or online at http://www.report-it.org.uk The Community Safety Partnership have reporting sites accross Redcar & Cleveland in a variety of public buildings and offices such as Victim Support, Coast & Country Housing, Upsall Hall, ROC, Transport Services, and places of worship.

It's important to report hate crime
We do not tolerate hate crime in Redcar & Cleveland. All reported incidents are taken seriously and whilst we want to reduce incidence of these crimes it is important that all incidents are reported to us. The Community Safety Partnership are working with Partners towards increasing the availability of effective reporting mechanisms which will give us an understanding of the true extent of the crimes that take place within our communities and allow us to do everything possible to bring offenders to justice.



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