What to do if you feel the police are not taking your report of a hate incident or hate crime seriously, or are treating it as anti-social behaviour instead.
Explains how you can report a hate incident or hate crime directly to the police, or through an online reporting facility or local organisation. Also tells you what information to include in your report, and sources of support.
Explains what is meant by a disability hate incident or hate crime. Covers violence or hostility because you are, or someone thinks you are disabled, or because of your association with a disabled person.
Explains what is meant by hate incidents and hate crimes, including legal definitions, and action you can take.
Explains what is meant by a racist or religious hate incident or hate crime. Covers violence or hostility because of the race or religion of you, or someone you associate with.
Explains what is meant by a sexual orientation and transgender identity hate incident or hate crime. Covers violence or hostility because of the sexual orientation or transgender identity of you, or someone you associate with.
Overview and content list for hate crime.
Information on attacks which are carried out because of a persons race or their religious beliefs and organisations which can give further help.
Report a trader who has broken the law by contacting the Citizens Advice consumer service or Advice Direct Scotland.
Work out your monthly earnings if you're self-employed and claiming Universal Credit
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