The Police Service operates a Non-Emergency Online Reporting Form where you can report any incident that is perceived to have been committed against another person because of their race, religion, political opinion, disability or sexual orientation or sexual identity. Hate crimes and incidents are taken to mean any crime or incident where the perpetrator’s hostility or prejudice against an identifiable group of people is a factor in determining who is victimised.
Please click on the link below to report an incident, select “Hate incident/crime” and provide as much information as possible. Our online reports can be anonymous:
You can also use the True Vision Online Reporting Form which will be sent immediately to the PSNI.
USE FOR NON-EMERGENCIES ONLY – Reports submitted are not monitored 24-hours a day
In a non-emergency you can also contact police by dialling ‘101’ or use our Minicom number: 028 9090 1246.
Reporting incidents will help the Police Service tackle hate crime. The information you provide is important and will enable the police to identify areas of concern, patterns of behaviour, and may assist in identifying and prosecuting offenders.
In an emergency, always call ‘999’.
Information about hate crime in your neighbourhood can also be passed on anonymously through the independent charity ‘Crimestoppers’ on freephone 0800 555 111.