Hate crime and third party reporting2018-09-04T16:24:21+00:00

Hate crime and third party reporting

Hate crime is wrong. It’s against the law.

Hate crime is a criminal offence against a person or property that is motivated by hatred, including race, religion, gender, sex or disability.

There are four ways to report hate crime:

Third party reporting

Sometimes people who have experienced hate crime don’t want to report what happened to the police. They may decide to report it to someone they know and trust (a third party). Third Party Reporting Centres have trained staff who will help the trusted third party to report the hate crime on behalf of the person who experienced the hate crime.