Did you know that behaviour such as name calling, mocking, bullying, intimidation and threats can be hate incidents? Did you know that anyone can report a hate incident? If you witness an incident and you percieve that it was motivated by hostility based on that person's race, religion, disability, sexual orientation or transgender identity then you should report it. Will you speak up and stop hate?
We need your help to stop hate. Speak up & Stop Hate.
What is a hate incident?
Any behaviour which is perceived by the victim or any other person to be motivated by a hostility or prejudice based upon
• Religion or Faith
• Sexual Orientation
• Transgender Identity
If you or someone you know has been targeted as a result of your appearance, age or gender-please report it.
Where can I report a hate incident?
Online: you can report a hate incident online at : www.stophateuk.org/tell ( Please see the external links opposite)
Stop Hate UK, freephone - 24 hour helpline 0800 1381625
West Yorkshire Police 101
In an emergency 999
Dial 18001 before any number for text relay for deaf or hearing impaired.
In person: you can report a hate incident in person at any Hate Incident Reporting Centre. Please see the downloads section for a list of hate incident reporting centres in Leeds.
By text: 07717 989025
If you are in immediate danger, please dial 999.
Please see our Easy Read Leaflets in the Downloads section and further information in the Ask a question section.