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Hate crime report
How to report hate crime and information on support available to those affected
How to report hate crime
It is important to report all hate crime incidents, reporting it may prevent it happening again to you or someone else.
National Hate Crime Awareness Week
This week is National Hate Crime Awareness Week and we have been marking this week working in collaboration with our local Police.
What is hate crime
Any criminal offence which is perceived by the victim or any other person, to be motivated by hostility or prejudice based on a person's race, religion, sexual orientation or disability.
Organisations that can help when dealing with hate crime
If you have been victim of a hate crime remember it is not your fault and help is available.
Need to report something? Please tell us here.
Directorate performance summary reports
Find our Equality and Diversity annual perfomance reports and Service user profile equality monitoring information.
Guidance and advice on keeping safe within your neighbourhood, and how to go about reporting crime.
What you can do to prevent crime
You can limit your risk of becoming a victim of a crime by taking precautions. Learn how to keep yourself and your valuables safe.
Information on the initiatives and groups working to keep residents safe across the borough.
Multicultural Richmond partners with the Council to deliver Hate Crime Awareness event
Residents invited to National Hate Crime Awareness Week event