Combating Hate Crime

A POP-UP shop in Redditch offering advice and information about hate crime has been hailed as a success.

Coun Joe Baker, Redditch Borough Council’s Portfolio Holder for Community Safety and Regulatory Services said: “This was a great event that the community partnership put together. Incorporating theatre and information to show people the seriousness of hate crime, how to report it and that it is not acceptable in our community. Redditch Borough Council operates a zero tolerance when it comes to hate crime, which I fully support.”

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Hate Crime Redditch PCSO Vicki Maxwell, Cllr Joe Baker, Debra Meftah (Busking for Advice) and Sarah McIntosh (Community Safety Project Officer) speak up about hate crime. Photo by Marcus Mingins (Redditch Standard).

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To report a hate crime a resident should go to the local police station or report online at www.report-it.org.uk or call 101 to report the crime, in an emergency a resident should call 999.

For more information visit www.unitedagainsthate.co.uk or call 0300 303 88388 or 01562 820262.

Call 01562 820262, visit www.ourway.org.uk or email office@ourway.org.uk to find out more on the ‘Safe Place’ scheme or register.

 

 

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