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Discrimination and hate crime

A hate crime can be committed against someone because of their disability, gender identity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.

Examples of discrimination and hate crimes can include:

  • abusive texts, emails or comments on social media
  • assault
  • damage to property
  • graffiti
  • harassment
  • name calling
  • unfair treatment
  • vandalism

If you've been affected by these or any other incidents please contact the council. Call 01752 668000 or email

Report discrimination or hate incident

Call the police on 999 in an emergency

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