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Hate crime is any criminal offence committed against a person or property that is motivated by an offender's hatred of someone because of their:
A Guide to Fighting Hate Crime| and a Hate Crime mini guide| are also available. Find out about the Bournemouth & Poole Prejudice Free Forum|.
By reporting such incidents, even anonymously, it will help us to identify the issues in our community.
In 2011 the Equality & Human Rights Commission| launched an inquiry into disability related harassment. 'Hidden in plain sight'| is the final report of the inquiry which uncovers that harassment is a commonplace experience for disabled people, but often a culture of disbelief and systemic institutional failures are preventing it from being tackled effectively.
In the follow-up to Hidden in plain sight, “Out in the Open – A Manifesto for Change|” the EHRC set out a wide range of formal responses from relevant organisations and set out final recommendations.
In response to these reports Bournemouth Borough Council are working with the Borough of Poole, Dorset Police, local voluntary organisations and others in the Criminal Justice system to ensure that disabled people know how they can report harassment and hate crime and crucially what support they will receive when they do report incidents.
Details of Support Available|
True Vision| - information about hate crime or incidents and how to report it.
Tell Mama| - MAMA is a public service for measuring and monitoring anti-Muslim attacks.
Community Security Trust| - if you are a victim of anti-Semitic incident or you have information regarding an anti-Semitic incident.
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