Stop Hate UK celebrates launch of Helpline services in Cambridgeshire & PeterboroughPosted on
Stop Hate UK will deliver it’s 24 hour Hate Crime Report and Support Helpline in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
From Monday 28th November, residents and visitors in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough can access expertise advice from Stop Hate UK and its support services in the aim to keep communities safe in the area.
Stop Hate UK services are run by specialist advisors providing confidential emotional and practical support 24/7, 365 days a year. We operate the UK’s only free dedicated 24-hour anti-Hate Crime reporting service for all monitored strands of a person’s identity of perceived identity (Disability, Faith, Race, Sexual Orientation, and Transgender Identity, as well as Age, Alternative subculture and Misogyny/Gender-based).
The occasion also marked recognition of Graham Lewis’s contribution as Stop Hate UK Chair and his extensive work in the field of Hate Crime. Graham will be stepping down from his position in line with Stop Hate UK rules after serving as Chair for the past eight years.
Working together, Stop Hate UK and local authorities aim to provide a knowledgeable and specialised service of guidance and support for residents of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, in times of unwelcome distress, hate, prejudice, and discrimination.
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