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Challenging hate across Warwickshire
The law protects everyone against prejudice or hostility that is directed towards them based on their disability, gender identity, nationality, race, religion or sexual orientation.
Hate incidents happen when someone is targeted simply for being who they are, or who someone perceives them to be. Sometimes what starts as name calling can escalate into something worse such as threats, harassment or even physical violence.
So it’s important that if you have seen or been the victim of hate or abuse, no matter how small you might think it is, that it is reported so that we can do something about it.
Hate crime of any kind has absolutely no place in our society. This site is here to help raise awareness of hate crime, offer support and provide an alternative, easy way for you to report incidents that occur in Warwickshire.