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How do you report hate incidents or crimes?


Ways to report it


1. Call the police

In an emergency call 999. In a non-emergency call 101.

2. Report via our hate incident reporting centres

There are a number of Hate Incident Reporting Centres in Tameside. Hate incident reporting centres take reports of incidents and crimes. They provide a safe space where people can talk about what has happened.

3. Report via the internet

Report hate crime on the True Vision website Link to External Website

4. Self report

Pick up a pack with forms enclosed from the Police or other agencies.

5. Call Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111

The call is free and you will not be asked for your name.

6. Reporting Learning Disability Hate Crime 

People who have experienced, witnessed or know someone who is experiencing Learning Disability Hate Crime can contact the Stop Learning Disability Hate Crime helpline on 0808 802 1155 for support and information. The helpline is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year. It is free to call the helpline from landlines and most mobiles and the number won’t show on a phone bill.

Who can report hate incidents or crimes

Anyone who perceives an incident to be Hate related can report it and it will be recorded, however for a crime to be submitted and progressed we need a victim to come forward.