The Sandwell Together Against Hate campaign promotes different ways people can report incidents, which can take place anywhere and to anyone, whether they are face-to-face, on the phone, online or a verbal or physical confrontation.
You can report incidents by phone or online – or at many centres in the community that have been trained to deal with reports.
Organisations in Sandwell are taking a ‘zero tolerance’ approach to hate crime and working closely together to support victims.
A hate crime is an incident that is motivated by prejudice, where someone is targeted because of personal characteristics such as disability, gender identity, race, religion/faith or sexual orientation.
Don’t be a victim of hate just because of who you are, what you look like, what you wear, what you believe, or who you love. Report it!
- Police (non-emergencies): 101
- Crimestoppers: 0800 555 111
- Sandwell Council: 0121 368 1166
To report incidents to the council online, or for the list of current centres where you can report, go to our hate crime webpage.
You can also report hate crime at True Vision.
If you or your family are in immediate danger, call police on 999.
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