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To report a hate crime or incident

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If you are a victim of hate or discrimination:

When you are a victim of discrimination or crime, and in particular a hate crime, it can feel very isolating so it is important to share your experience and get some support as soon as possible.


You can report to CACH 24-7 via our online report form and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.


Whilst the incident is fresh in your mind you should make a note of:

  • The time and date of the incident
  • Where exactly it happened
  • What exactly was said and by whom
  • The name or description of the perpetrator
  • The name and contact details of any witnesses

All this information can be critical if you wish to take action against them.


If incidents occur regularly then keep a record of all of this information.  CACH can provide you with some log sheets to do this easily.


The most important thing you can do is report it.  If you are strong enough to make that call then you will not only be helping yourself but also you could prevent other people from going through the same thing.


If you are not sure whether CACH can help with your situation please do still report to us, we can always try and help you find the right person.


If you feel the need for urgent emotional support please call the Samaritans on 116 123 and there will be somebody to take your call whatever time or day it is.


If you fear for your immediate safety then please call the Police on 999.



If you are aware that somebody else is a victim of hate or discrimination:


There are two options if you are aware that somebody else has been a victim.  You can either encourage them to get in touch with CACH by showing them this website or telling them about us, or you can make a report on their behalf.


If you want to make a report on behalf of somebody else you do not need to ask them for permission just give as much information about the incident as you can and that will help CACH to target work that is done in the community.   You do not need to provide the victim’s details.


If you want to talk to somebody about the incident just include your contact details in the report form and we will be in touch as soon as possible.  


For all of these options you can use our online report form.


If you feel you have been a victim of discrimination or a hate crime we can help you get the support you need. You can report to us anonymously or provide all your details so that we can help you directly.

All reports are kept confidential unless you ask for us to share the information with our partners.

To report a hate crime or incident please call/text

0797 149 7988

or fill in the

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