What is hate crime?
Hate crime is motivated by prejudice against a person because of their:
- Ethnicity or race
- Disability, including mental mealth and learning disabilities
- Sexual orientation
- Gender identity
- Religion or beliefs
- Age, gender, marital, or pregnancy status
What can hate crime be?
- A physical attack like hitting
- Name calling or bad gestures
- Threats, harassment, or intimidation
- Damage to property
- Nasty letters, emails, texts, phone calls, social media messages etc.
Bristol Hate Crime Services
Bristol Hate Crime Services is made up of these organisations:
- SARI (Stand Against Racism and Inequality)
- Brandon Trust (The learning disability charity)
- LGBT Bristol (Working inclusively for LGBT equality)
- Bristol Mind (For better mental health)
If you have been a victim of, or have witnessed a hate crime, please report it and make your community safer!
When a hate crime is reported to the main office at SARI, a worker from one of the organisations will be allocated to the case.
For advice, further information, or to make a referral, visit the Bristol Hate Crime Services website, or call free on 0800 171 2272.
In an emergency, please call the 999 and ask for the police.
Working together to deliver Bristol Hate Crime Services
Hate crime - Report it, Stop it!
Freephone: 0800 171 2272