Hate Crime Partners

For reporting a Hate Crime or Incident 

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Stop Hate UK offer a confidential 24/7 hate crime reporting service around the UK. You can make a report whether you are a victim of hate crime, you have witnessed an incident that you believe to be a hate crime, or you are a third party to an incident that could be a hate crime.

You can call Stop Hate UK on 0800 138 1625 or report online at www.stophateuk.org/talk

​You can also report anonymously through Crimestoppers if you wish. 

​And you can report a hate crime through your neighbourhood police team by calling 101.

In an emergency always contact 999.

​All local Citizens Advice offices across Merseyside act as Third Party Reporting centres to help you report any incidents of hate or abuse. 

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Victim Care Merseyside 

Funded by Merseyside's Police and Crime Commissioner, Victim Care Merseyside is a comprehensive and dedicated support website for victims of crime on Merseyside.

 

The website is designed to act as an 'information portal' offering advice and guidance, as well as providing details of many support organisations that can help you to cope and recover in the aftermath of a crime.

 

For more information visit www.victimcaremerseyside.org

Race, religion and disability hate crime support

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For race or religion related hate crime, contact: 

Anthony Walker Foundation
Website: www.anthonywalkerfoundation.com 
Email: info@anthonywalkerfoundation.com  
Phone: 0151 237 3974 

 

For disability related hate crime, contact: 
 

Daisy Inclusive UK  
Website: www.daisyuk.com 
Email: info@daisyuk.com 
Phone: 0151 261 0309 

You can report a race, religion or disability related hate crime to one of our partner agencies.