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Reporting Hate Crime

What is a Hate Crime and have you been the victim of or a witness to one?



Hate crimes may be physical or verbal attacks, threats or insults that are motivated by the victim's Age, Disability, Ethnicity, Religious Belief or Non Belief, Sex or Gender Identity or Sexual Orientation.
 
Hate crimes can be any criminal action that is perceived by the victim or any other person as being motivated by prejudice and hatred.
 
Hate crimes often go unreported, leaving offenders free to commit further offences. If you or someone you know has been the victim of a hate crime, please make sure that it gets reported. By reporting these offences a picture of the number, type and range of incidents taking place in Cardiff can be recorded, enabling resources to be targeted in order to deal with them. 


 

Download the See it, Hear it, Report it leaflet (338kb PDF)Link opens in a new window for further information.

 

Report Hate Crime 



If you are in immediate danger call the Police by dialling 999 (non-emergencies 101).


You can make a report online using the Victim Support websiteExternal link opens in a new window ; this can also be made anonymous if that’s better for you.


Alternatively you can call Victim Support directly 24 hours a day on 03003 031 982. If you would like support they can arrange this at the same time as making the report.​

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