Safe Reporting Centres
Safe Reporting Centres provide a supportive environment for people to report hate crime to police. Wherever you see this logo, you can visit the centre where you can report incidents and access help and information. A list of links to your local centres is shown below:
True Vision is a third party hate crime reporting website supported by all Police forces in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. True Vision provides information for victims and the public about what hate crime is, why it is important to report it when it happens, and sets out the range of ways hate crime can be reported, including via a new online reporting form. The site also provides links to organisations that can offer support and advice on hate crime related issues. www.report-it.org.uk
Provided by Newcastle Local Authority. Reports of hate crime or incidents can be made via telephone or at a reporting centre. Reporting centres include such places as housing offices, council offices, etc. The number of reporting centres differs between Authority areas. Your report is taken by trained staff. It is important to note that you do not have to give your name and address, but if you do, they can refer your case to agencies who can offer help and support.
If you don't want to report an incident to the police please telephone Arch on 0800 032 3288.