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Hate Crime

 

Stand Up to Hate Crime

 

Hate crimes and hate incidents are offences and incidents that target a person’s race/nationality; ethnicity; disability; sexual orientation; faith/religion or gender identity.

 

They are motivated by hostility or prejudice and can have a devastating impact on victims, their family, friends and or the community

 

DON’T SUFFER IN SILENCE – TALK TO SOMEONE AND OR REPORT IT

 

If it’s happening now, or the offender is still nearby, call 999 immediately

If it’s less urgent, call the police on 101.

 

Or complete the form here.

 

Download the ‘Helping Victims of Hate Crime’ app here

It includes lots of simple information about HateCrime, the law and support services in our area.

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Events

Northam Breakfast Club

9.00am – 11.00am, every Monday at Northam Community Centre. English and continental breakfast provided. Contact: Abdoulie at abdoulie@wict.co.uk or phone 023 8038 8580

January 21, 2019

 

Samaritans Brew Monday

Samaritans works with the armed forces to spot and support those who may be struggling with their mental health.This January they’re encouraging serving personnel, veterans and families to support ‘Brew Monday’ and beat the January blues.

 

‘With a Song in Mind’ Music Group

2..30—3.30 p.m. on Mondays at Third Age Centre. People with lived experience of mental health issues, supporters, carers relative, friends. All welcome. Contact Saire on 07585616204. saireherschel@gmail.com

 

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