Did you know you can report a hate crime at Brotherton House?
A hate crime incident is an offence committed against a person or property that is motivated by an offender's hatred of someone because of their:
- race, colour, ethnic origin nationality or national origins
- gender or gender identity
- sexual orientation
- alternative sub-culture
Hate crime incidents include:
- physical attacks - to people or property, including offensive graffiti or arson
- the threat of attack - including offensive letters, telephone calls or groups of people hanging around to intimidate
- verbal abuse or insults - including offensive leaflets and posters, abusive gestures and bullying at school or in the work place
To report a hate crime, contact Pendleton Together onTelephone: 0300 555 5567 or visit us at Brotherton House, Loganberry Avenue, Salford, M6 5UX.
You can report any form of hate crime anonymously by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or phone the police's non-emergency reporting number on 101.
In an emergency ring 999.