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Hate crime

Hate crime can take many forms:

  • verbal abuse
  • physical abuse
  • graffiti
  • criminal damage to your home or property
  • threats to harm you, your friends or your family
  • intimidation
  • bullying
  • producing offensive printed material about you
  • online and social media

If you believe you have been abused because of your race, religion or belief, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or disability you have experienced hate crime.

Report it

Hounslow police and Hounslow Council take hate crime seriously. You will be listened to and we will take appropriate action.

There are many ways you can report hate crime:

To the police:
Call 999 in case of emergency or 101 for non-emergencies

Online here

Call 0800 555111
Visit the Crimestoppers reporting page
All calls are free and you do not have to give your name.

Hounslow Council has a dedicated hate crime officer who can provide support, advice and practical assistance. The hate crime officer can also help you in reporting the incident to the police and put you in contact with support agencies.
To contact the hate crime officer:
Call 020 8583 2464

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