Hackney Hate Crime Strategy

Closes 23 Mar 2018

Opened 15 Jan 2018

Overview

Please read Hackney Council's draft strategy for tackling hate crime before completing the questionnaire by: 23 March 2018.

Hate crime is often targeted towards a person’s identity and can have a harmful effect on its victims and whole communities.  The police and the CPS define hate crime as any criminal offence that has been committed which the victim, or anyone else, thinks was motivated by “hostility or prejudice” based on:

  • disability
  • race
  • religion
  • transgender identity
  • sexual orientation

The draft strategy sets out our strategy for working with our partners and communities to make sure that Hackney is no place for hate.

We would like to know your views on how the draft strategy could make a difference in your community. 

We would also value your feedback on the key objectives and actions identified in the strategy and the role you and/ or your community could play in helping to implement the strategy. 

You can also attend a workshop to give your ideas and feedback on how the draft strategy could make a difference in your community.  To register your interest to attend the workshop, please click here

Give Us Your Views

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Anyone from any background

Interests

  • Understanding views