Searching ‘hate crime’ on this website will bring up sources of help. However, this PDF has been put together by Alan Anstead, Coordinator of the UK Race and Europe Network UKREN
The guide is for victims AND the NGOs (non-governmental organisations) helping. It is more detailed, therefore.
It’s sensible, not alarmist to read up on hate crime. You may or may not be a potential victim yourself , but you might come across victims and want to help them.
If you have no idea how to do that, you’re not helping them. Whereas. if you know what hate crimes are, if you know how to contact immediate help and how to get support for the victim you ARE helping.
Please read the PDF. put the British Transport Police (BTP) phone number 0800 40 50 40 and their text number 61016 in your phone. Victims of crime can self-refer to Victim Support (operates in England and Wales only) 0808 16 89 111 so please stick that number in your phone or bookmark the website Victim Support
Along with the 999 number (police and medical emergencies) and 101 (incident reporting ) you’re then more able to help.
Other reporting organisation websites and phone numbers Hate crime reporting