Thursday 12th September 2019  10am-12pm

Session 1: Better reporting of a Hate Crime/Incident

Find out how best to report a hate crime or incident so as to get the best outcome for yourself.

• Better understanding of hate crime/incidents;

• What is happening in your area;

• How to report more effectively;

• Next steps after reporting.

Light refreshments provided.

Session 1 10am -12pm

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Thursday 12th September 2019  5pm-7pm

Session 2: Better reporting of a Hate Crime/Incident

Find out how best to report a hate crime or incident so as to get the best outcome for yourself.

• Better understanding of hate crime/incidents;

• What is happening in your area;

• How to report more effectively;

• Next steps after reporting.

Light refreshments provided.

Session 1 10am -12pm

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Wednesday 17th April 2019

Our Caseworker is now taking on cases and is here to offer support and guidance. She is available Tuesday-Friday from 9am-5pm.

Our contact details are:

01202 451873

hatecrimesproject@citizensadvicebcp.org.uk 

Thursday 14th March 2019

We would like to invite you to our Hate Crime Awareness Day on 20th March 2019 where you can drop in anytime between 10am and 4pm. This is a free event which will be held at Bournemouth Central Library. We have had sessions so far in youth settings, general public areas such as the Poole Dolphin Centre. 

We will be joined by the Dorset Race Equality Council, the LGBT Dorset Equality Network and People First forum to share information about how to support people.

We have training materials for community groups, young people and  for front line workers as well. Our active social media platforms (twitterfacebook and Instagram)  are also aiding in raising awareness about how our advisers and case worker can support victims of hate crime and discrimination.

Please contact our caseworker if in support of advice and guidance.
Please see link to our next Community Awareness event and our webpage for future updates.

Friday 8th February 2019

The Hate Crimes Project is up and running now. We are engaging with ‘Prejudice Free Dorset’ partners to help raise awareness about our project through:

  • distribution of our leaflets and posters
  • sharing of our social media platforms
  • and signposting us to relevant colleagues

We have had our first Youth Empowerment event at the Henry Brown youth club and we have also scheduled:

  • Community Engagement event at Bournemouth Library 20.3.2019 10-4pm
  • Community Engagement event at the Eco hub, Poole Dolphin Centre 5.3.2019 10-4pm
  • Community champions event. date TBC