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Crime, antisocial behaviour and nuisance Hate crime awareness

Hate incidents

A non-crime hate incident is not a crime, but is anything that's perceived by the victim (or any other person) to be motivated by hostility or prejudice based on a person’s characteristic or perceived characteristics, as described below. Examples include: name-calling, making malicious complaints, jokes, ‘banter’, bullying or congregating at the front of your home.   

  • Disability 
  • Race 
  • Religion or belief 
  • Sexual orientation 
  • Trans and gender reassignment 
  • Alternative sub-culture 

Report Hate Incidents: 

Call Greater Manchester Police on 101 

Call Manchester City Council on 0161 234 4612

Report it to True Vision (external site) 

Visit a Third Party Reporting Centre 

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