A third party hate reporting centre is a safe neutral location where people can report hate crime or hate incidents, without having to contact the Police directly. Anybody can use a hate reporting centre, regardless of whether they are a victim, witness, or just someone who is aware of information that needs to be reported.
Reports can be made by phone, at the police station, or through Crime Stoppers.
In an emergency always call 999 Report an incident to the Police locally:
Attend a Police Station
Report the incident to the Police here
was set up by the association of chief police officers and enables people to report hate incidents either to their local police force for the police to follow up, or to their local police force anonymously. You can make the report directly online, or download a self-reporting form. True Vision covers England and Wales, and has information in easy read and several languages.
supports victims of anti-Muslim hate and is a public service which also measures and monitors anti-Muslim incidents
One in five LGBT people have experienced a hate crime or incident because of their sexual orientation and/or gender identity in the last 12 months
has a comprehensive page of organisations who will provide information and support to people who witness or experience a hate incident