How do I report a Hate crime?

All hate crime should be reported to the Police as well as the local authority of the area the incident occurred.

True Vision- Online reporting

True Vision is a third party hate crime reporting website supported by all Police forces in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. True Vision provides information for victims and the public about what hate crime is, why it is important to report it when it happens, and sets out the range of ways hate crime can be reported, including via a new online reporting form. Hate crime’s can be reported using the 101 number or 999 in an emergency. Alternatively reports can be made via the True Vision third party reporting web portal at: http://www.report-it.org.uk/home​

In Newcastle

If you live in Newcastle upon Tyne and you suffer or witness hate
crime you should contact ARCH on 0191 520 5550. This number is free and
it is available 24 hours a day. Follow this link for more information:

In Sunderland

If you live in Sunderland and you suffer or witness hate crime you
should contact ARCH on 0800778378. This number is free and available
24 hours a day. Follow this link for more information:

In Gateshead

If you live in Gateshead and you suffer or witness hate crime you
should contact Gateshead Council’s 24 hour telephone line 0191 4332648
Follow this link for more information

In Hartlepool

Hartlepool council (01429) 523100, Hart Gables (01429) 236790, Salaam Community Centre (01429) 284297, Hartlepool Blind Welfare Association (01429) 272494, Hartlepool Citizens Advice Bureau (01429) 408401, Centre for Independent Living (01429) 851350, Hartlepool Central Library (01429) 272905, Seaton Carew Library (01429) 269808, Owton Manor Library (01429) 272835 and West View Advice and Resource Centre (01429) 271294.