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How to report a hate crime

A hate crime is when the victim thinks a crime happened because of who they are. The crime happens because of a person’s prejudice about the victim. The prejudice may be about the victim’s:

  • Disability – this can be people who need support walking, hearing, seeing or learning
  • Race – this can be people who come from other countries and cultures, who may live in a different way or have a different skin colour
  • Religion or belief – their beliefs may mean they have to eat certain foods or dress in a certain way
  • Age – young and old
  • Sexual orientation
  • Transgender identity. 

Hate crimes should always be reported to Police – call 101 or if it is an emergency call 999. They can also be reported via Crimestoppers and if you believe the perpetrator is a Beyond Housing customer you can report the hate crime to us in the following ways:

  • Via our online report form below (please select ‘report hate crime’ in the options below, fill in your details and a member of the team will be in touch
  • In writing to any of our housing offices
  • By visiting us at any of our housing offices 
  • By phoning our 24-hour service centre on 0345 065 5656
  • By phoning 101 to report it to the police.