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Hate crime

People can experience hate crimes or incidents because of hostility or prejudice towards the person’s disability, race or ethnicity, religion or belief, sexual orientation, gender or gender identity, age or perceived age, or some other aspect of their appearance or lifestyle.

Reporting hate crime

If you’re reporting a hate crime that’s in progress or if someone is in immediate danger call 999.

If the crime isn’t an emergency, call 101, alternatively report it online

Hate Free Norfolk

Hate Free Norfolk is the Norfolk partnership that coordinates work on hate incidents and hate crime across Norfolk. 

Our responsibility

We are a member of Hate Free Norfolk and we will:

  • Take reports of a hate crime or incident which are presented to us, or that our staff or members witness.
  • Assist victims to access support.