Spike in hate crime and racial abuse reported across UK post Brexit

February 2, 2017
Iain Gowers

The team at Allsorts are aware that there has been an increase of hate crime and racial abuse after the Brexit vote that has affected our young people and staff. We would like to take this opportunity to encourage people to report any incident of hate crime, regardless of how minor it may be, as this may help the police with their investigations into other incidents. There are a number of ways this can be done

Via the council’s page here

Via sussex police page here

Using the “self evidence” app here

If the incident is via a social media platform, please report the issue via the social media platforms reporting function.  If you are an Allsorts member then staff team can help with this.  We will also be running drop in sessions to help with this.

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