The below are local and national organisations that can offer further support and advice on any form of Hate Crime

Stop Hate UK – Is a national organisation which challenges all forms of Hate Crime and discrimination, based on any aspect of an individual’s identity. They provide independent, confidential and accessible reporting as well as offering support for victims, witnesses and third parties. To access their website please click here. 

True Vision – Is a national organisation, developed so that you can report hate crimes online, you do not have to visit a police station to report. The police take hate crime very seriously and will record and investigate this offence even if you do not want to give your details. To access their website please click here

Victim Support – Is a national charity, supporting anyone affected by hate crime. They operate a specialist phone line and an on-line reporting platform. There is a local office in Merseyside who can arrange a meeting to receive information and emotional support in confidence. You can access their website by clicking here.

The Anthony Walker Foundation – Is a local organisation who offer a support service for victims of hate crime and you can report an incident with them.  To access their website please click here 

Black Minds Matter - Connects Black individuals and families with professional mental health services across the UK.  You can send them a message via their website to be connected with a Black therapist.  To access their website please click here 

Tell Mama – Is an organisation that allows people from across England to report any form of Anti-Muslim abuse. They have a unique portal where you can address your concerns and record any incident that you experience as a result of your Muslim faith or someone perceiving you to be Muslim. They can also refer you for support through partner agencies if you have been a victim of an Anti-Muslim incident. To access their website please click here. 

Victim Support – Provides Advice and Support for people who have been a victim of hate crime. You can access their webpages and information by clicking here.

CST – Is a national organisation which deals with anti-Semitic incidents and provides victim support. You can report any incident on-line. They can liaise with Police and other bodies to help ensure that any incident is dealt with properly. You can access their webpages and information by clicking here. 

Galop – Is a LGBT+ anti-violence charity. They can help if you experience homophobia, transphobia or biphobia wherever it occurs and can offer support on-line, phone, email, text and Whats App. You can access their webpages by clicking here. 

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