Hate Crime

The Mid Sussex Partnership is committed to taking action against 'hate incidents' and 'hate crime' - these include discrimination or harassment which you believe is based on your race, colour, nationality, ethnic or cultural background, faith, religious beliefs, disability, sexuality or gender identity.

A hate incident is any incident which is perceived to be so by the victim or any other person. These incidents can be directed at someone or their property, examples include: Threats, insults, taunts, personal attacks, arson, graffiti, leaflets, etc.

To report an incident or for advice and further information please follow:

https://www.westsussex.gov.uk/fire-emergencies-and-crime/report-problems-in-your-area/report-hate-crimes/

You can also report incidents to:

http://www.sussex.police.uk/reportonline

Alternatively for an informal discussion or for general advice on hate crime you can contact the Anti-Social Behaviour Coordinator on 01444 477489.

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