Hate crime

What is Hate crime?

Hate Crime is any criminal offence committed against a person or property that is motivated by the offender's hatred of someone because of their:

  • Race, colour, ethnic origin, nationality, national Origins
  • Religion
  • Gender or gender identity
  • Sexual orientation
  • Disability

Hate crime can take many forms:

  • Physical attack, damage to property, offensive graffiti, arson
  • Threat of attack, offensive letters or e-mails, abusive phone calls, offensive leaflets & posters, malicious complaints
  • Verbal abuse, insults, intimidation, abusive gestures, bullying at school or in the workplace

Reporting Hate Crime

If you are a victim of hate crime, or know of someone who is, please report it!

Essex police:  Essex Police hate crime advice

or

HIRC (Hate Crime Incident Reporting Centre) - Tendring Mental Health Support
Summit House, 14-16 Orwell Road, Clacton on Sea, CO15 1PP
Tel: 01255 429778
Mon – Fri  9am – 5pm
HIRC lead: Gaynor Jarrett Gaynor.jarrett@tmhs.org.uk
Specialist provision: Learning Disabilities and Mental Health.
http://www.summitservices.org.uk/

or

Online form

Help and Advice

Essex Police 
www.essex.police.uk
Clacton - Divisional HQ
Non-emergency - 101 Emergency - 999


Victim Support
Tel: 0845 3030 900
www.victimsupport.org
A national charity with trained volunteers to contact people following a crime to offer a free confidential support and information.


Tacmep - Tendring & Colchester Minority Ethnic Partnership
Tel: 01206 769789 and 01206 500471
E-mail: info@tacmep.org.uk
Address: TACMEP, Winsleys House, High Street, Colchester, Essex. CO1 1UG
Seeking to promote and develop a better understanding of the minority ethnic communities in Tendring. They act as a conduit for local statutory bodies in consulting and engaging minority ethnic communities in the delivery of services.

Last updated on: 30/08/2017 - 13:42