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Hate Crime Reporting Centres

If you are the victim of a hate incident or hate crime, or have witnessed one and want to report it, there are few places you can do this.  You can come to the Wellbeing and Disability Services Reception in Student Central on the Queensgate campus or the Students' Union Advice Centre - these are all Hate Crime Reporting Centres. 

If you prefer, your report can be anonymous and if you wish, passed on to relevant agencies such as the Police, and in Huddersfield, Kirklees Safer Communities Partnership and Kirklees Race Equality Council.

What is a hate incident or hate crime?

A hate incident is perceived by the victim or any other person to be motivated by the offender’s hatred of someone because of their race, sexual orientation, disability and/or faith and religion. A hate incident becomes a hate crime when there is a criminal offence attached to it (such as a physical attack, a threat of attack or verbal abuse and insults).

Reporting a crime

At the Queensgate Campus, Huddersfield

In person: come to the Wellbeing & Disability Reception Desk, Level 4, Student Central, Queensgate, Huddersfield  HD1 3DH

For more information, please see Kirklees Hate Crime Reporting information or pick up a leaflet at Student Services reception.

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Last updated Wednesday 15 January 2014
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