Hate Crime

Hate Crime

What is a hate incident?

A hate incident is:

"Any incident, which may or may not constitute a criminal offence, which is perceived by the victim or any other person, as being motivated by prejudice or hate."

How to report a hate incident or crime

You can report a hate crime through the organisations listed below:

  • Broxtowe Borough Council - by either telephone through the Communities contact number or by using the online reporting form;

  • In an emergency call the Police - dial 999;

  • For less urgent reporting, call Nottinghamshire Police on 101 to speak to trained officers in confidence;

  • You can also report a Hate Crime online to True Vision. (Opens in a New Window)

Dealing with Hate Crime Incidents

  • Our vision recognises that hate incidents and hate crimes are always serious and can sometimes be life-threatening.  They affect victims, families and the communities they live and work in;

  • To make Broxtowe a safer place to live, work and visit; and

  • We will not tolerate hate incidents and hate crimes, and, we will work together to reduce risk and improve services to victims

Equality & Diversity
tel: 0115 917 3712