Stop Hate UK help-line for Oxfordshire
Oxfordshire County Council has been facilitating a new approach to hate crime with Oxfordshire district council partners and Thames Valley Police. This new approach has been to introduce across the County a 24 hour free phone helpline for victims and witnesses of hate crime. The helpline is run by the national charity Stop Hate UK and it will be formally launched in Oxfordshire on 5th November 2012.
How do I report a hate crime?
Nobody should suffer hate crime because of who they are and nobody should put up with it.
You CAN do something about it.
You may be the victim of incidents such as verbal abuse and threats, damage to your property, bullying or rude gestures. If you have experienced any of these, you can report it to Stop Hate UK by various different methods:
- The 24 hour helpline 0800 138 1625.
- Text Relay 18001 0800 138 1625
- Chat www.stophateuk.org/talk
- Online form www.stophateuk.org/tell
- Post Stop Hate UK, PO Box 484, LS7 9BZ