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For an easy read version of how to report hate crime please go to the easy read hate crime section.
To report non-emergency hate crime you can use the Stop Hate UK BSL Service. This service is open from 08.00 to midnight every day.
Hate crime can harm the very core of someone’s identity and whilst this may often be committed through ignorance it can also be associated with inherent hostility and prejudice. CNN The four reasons people commit hate crimes "...behind every hate crime is a message: You are not welcome here. Behind every strong community is another: Yes, you are." Lets be a strong inclusive community - sign the pedge to send a clear message "Hate Crime is NOT tolerated"
Bullying is when a person, or group of people, makes someone feel frightened or bad about themselves.