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Hate Crime

Choose one of the topics below to find out more information on specific hate crimes and how the police can help.

  • What is a Hate Crime

    Hate and Signal Crimes and incidents are taken to mean any crime or incident against an identifiable group of people is a factor in determining who is victimised.

  • The Perception Test

    When an incident or crime has been reported to police by the victim or by any other person and they perceive it as being motivated by prejudice or hate, it will be recorded and investigated as a hate incident or crime.

  • Disability Related Hate Crime

    Any incident perceived to be on the grounds of a person's physical or mental impairment by the victim or any other person.

  • Homophobic Hate Crime

    Any incident which is perceived to be homophobic by the victim or any other person.

  • Racist Hate Crime

    Any incident which is perceived to be racist by the victim or any other person.

  • Religious Hate Crime

    Any incident perceived to be on the ground of religion or faith by the victim or any other person.

  • Sectarian Hate Crime

    Any incident perceived, by the victim or any other person, as being sectarian.

  • Transphobic Hate Crime

    Any incident which is perceived to be transphobic by the victim or any other person.

  • Hate Crime Reporting

    Details how to report a Hate Crime

  • Who Can Help?

    Any incident perceived to be on the grounds of a person's physical or mental impairment by the victim or any other person.

  • Hate Crime Advocates

    Hate Crime Advocates are independent from the police and provide specialist advice and support to victims of hate crime

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