Hate Crime Reporting

If you’re a victim to hate crime, One Community can help you in the right direction. We’re here to listen to your situation and help get you in contact with the right people who will take your case seriously.

If you feel a crime hasn’t been committed against you, but you feel mistreated, we can still provide the support you feel you may need.

Who can help?

StopHateUK works with organisations to bring awareness to the prevalence of hate crime. They also allow you to report a crime 24/7/365. Click on the image to read more about them.

Victim Support offer 24/7 support for victims of hate crime. Click the image below to find out more.


The Strategic Hate Crime Prevention Partnership (SHCPP) brings various organisations across Essex together to tackle hate crime. Essex County Council’s Head of Equalities and Partnerships facilitates a quarterly meeting with partners, which includes:

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  • Essex Police
  • Office for the Police Fire and Crime Commissioner
  • Essex County Council
  • Essex County Fire and Rescue Service
  • Victim Support
  • Stop Hate UK
  • Essex Community of Voluntary Services
  • Essex Safeguarding Adults Board
  • Essex Safeguarding Children Board
  • Crown Prosecution Service
  • Colchester Borough Homes (representing Essex Housing Officer Group)
  • Thurrock Community Safety Partnership (representing Essex Community Safety Network)
  • Essex Restorative Justice and Mediation Service

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