Stop Hate UKA new 24 hour helpline has been set up in Nottinghamshire to encourage more people to report incidents of hate crime.
Hate crime is any form of verbal or physical abuse that is motivated by disability, religion, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation or a particular lifestyle or characteristic.
The confidential helpline is staffed by highly skilled call takers with real life experience of hate crime. They are trained to give advice, support and guidance to victims and witnesses.
If you have been a victim or witness of hate crime, please call 0800 138 1625 for advice and support.
The new helpline is in addition to the Nottinghamshire Police non-emergency number — 0300 300 9999
White Ribbon CampaignThe national White Ribbon Campaign encourages men to take a pledge to never commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women. In 2010, White Ribbon Day takes place on the 25 November and will be supported by a number of local events.
To pledge support to the White Ribbon Campaign, visit www.whiteribboncampaign.co.uk
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