Reporting a racist, homophobic, transphobic or disablist incident
If you – or someone you know – experiences discrimination or harassment which you believe is based on your race, nationality, faith, sexuality, disability or gender identity, you can report it.
Collectively, these sorts of incidents are known as 'hate incidents', or, where an offence has been committed, 'hate crime'. We want to know where and when they are happening in West Sussex.
Hate hurts. Don't support it - Report it!
Reporting hate incidents is very important. It shows us where the problem areas are and helps us to improve services to deal with hate incidents. Please report all hate incidents, even those that may not seem serious, to help us in our work. Examples of incidents include:
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There are several agencies you can report an alleged hate incident to: