We will not tolerate hate crime of any kind. A hate crime is any offence or incident committed against a person or property that is motivated by someone’s: race, ethnic origin, nationality, religion, gender or gender identity, sexual orientation, disability or age.
You can also report anonymously to Crimestoppers UK
Police by calling 101 or online. In an emergency call 999 (if you are in immediate danger).
Contact the Merseyside Hate Crime Co-ordinator for Merseyside Police, find out more here.
Find out more about discrimination, hate crime and getting help from hate crime support services on the CAB website.
You can find support services nearest to you at victimsupport.org.uk/resources/cheshire
The Cheshire Police and Crime Commissioner has commissioned the following service to support victims of hate crime:
You can also find support for victims on the Cheshire PCC website.
You can find support services nearest to you by entering your postcode at victimcaremerseyside.org.
The Merseyside Police and Crime Commissioner has commissioned the following services to support victims of hate crime:
Liverpool City Council: Find out more about reporting a hate crime on the LCC website.