Report Hate Crime in Newcastle

Stop Hate UK Helpline launches in Newcastle from 1st November 2018.

Stop Hate UK is pleased to announce the launch of its Helpline service in Newcastle, from 1st November 2018.

Councillor Habib Rahman, cabinet member for communities and chair of Safe Newcastle said…

“There is no place for hate and prejudice in Newcastle. We are a city of fairness, tolerance and equality, and tackling hate crime is a priority. We know the devastating impact hate crime has on victims and we are committed to making our communities safer.  That’s why we’re bringing in the Stop Hate UK service to help manage hate crime reporting in the city. We are confident that victims will get their voice heard and receive the support they need.”

Stop Hate UK has over 23 years experience in tackling Hate Crime and now seen as a leading national charity.

Our Chief Executive, Rose Simkins, said:

“The Stop Hate Line and our other range of reporting channels give victims and witnesses of Hate Crime a safe and independent place to talk about their experiences and explore the options for taking things further. Sadly the occurrence of Hate Crime, both offline and online, has increased nationally but, working together with Safe Newcastle, this is a trend we can start to reverse.”

For more information please visit: https://www.stophateuk.org/newcastle/

Stop Hate UK Statement

Stop Hate UK Statement – March 2018

Stop Hate UK want to make it clear that we find the recent sending of anti-Muslim letters, to families across the UK, a terrible and abhorrent act.

We are determined in our work to end acts like this and, as such, we have opened up our Hate Crime Helpline to anyone needing help or support in reporting an incident, or anyone that is worried by the recent events and would like advice on the current situation.

If you would like to speak to us about the issue above, or about any aspect of Hate Crime, please call 0800 138 1625 – our trained Helpline operators are here to help you!

Remember, you can also report a Hate Crime incident direct to the police funded website, True Vision (www.report-it.org.uk), call the police non-emergency number on 101 or visit Tell MAMA (www.tellmamauk.org). In an emergency call the police on 999.

National Hate Crime Awareness Week Press Release from Lincolnshire Police

Press release from Chief Inspector Daniel Whyment of Lincolnshire Police:

National Hate Crime Awareness week

Communities in Lincolnshire are urged to come together and stamp out all forms of hate crime, as part of National Hate Crime Awareness Week – a campaign hosted by 17-24-30 in partnership with Stop Hate UK.

The Awareness week first began in 2012, and is in its sixth year of running, with the joint-purpose of:

  • Raising awareness of hate crimes – and
  • Encouraging local authorities to work with partners and communities to tackle hate crimes.

Lincolnshire Police as part of the Safer Communities partnership are supporting that campaign, and throughout the week will be discussing the various different Hate Crimes on our Twitter and Facebook pages.

Chief Inspector Dan Whyment, Chair of Lincolnshire Hate Crime Delivery Group, said:

“It is vital that the public have the confidence to report all forms of Hate Crimes, so that we can bring an end to prejudice and discrimination in communities in Lincolnshire. This campaign is an excellent opportunity to raise awareness of the different types of Hate Crimes, and demonstrate how necessary and vital it is that communities group together to report and stamp out all forms of Hate Crime.

Lincolnshire is an open and tolerant county for everyone, no matter who you are or where you come from. This annual campaign remains an important part of the year to remind the public to treat all forms of Hate Crime as if they were being committed against one of your friends – and report it immediately via 999 in an emergency, or 101.”

Hate crimes can be reported via:

Stop Hate UK

You can also report hate crime in Lincolnshire to Stop Hate UK on: 0800 138 1625

Text: 07717 989 025

Email: talk@stophateuk.org

Web Chat: www.stophateuk.org/talk

Text Relay, for the deaf and hearing / speech impaired callers: 18001 0800 138 1625

 

More help and support in Lincolnshire:

Just Lincolnshire – 01522 520174/07867 385826

www.JustLincolnshire.org.uk

Email: sue@justlincolnshire.co.uk

 

Victim Support

16 Melville Street

Lincoln

LN5 7BW

0300 303 1947

www.victimsupport.org.uk

 

GIRES – Gender Identity Research and Education Society

www.gires.org.uk