Hate Crime

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In order to build an inclusive society in which every person is able to contribute and reach their maximum potential it is of utmost importance that hate crimes are challenged and perpetrators are addressed. Hate crimes have no place in our society, they affect the very core of a person’s identity.

Accepting individuals irrespective of who they are and how they choose to live their lives is a sign of a mature and inclusive society, one which every human being should strive for. Every individual has a right to live their life free of discrimination and prejudice, to be proud of their identity and not to live in fear.

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What is a hate crime?

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Abuse, violence and hate crime in the workplace

Read the Commissioner’s Hate Crime Strategy and the appendix.


Hate crime data

Any crime can lower the quality of life for a victim but a hate crime attacks a person’s core sense of identity and belonging within society.

Below you can find an annual snap shot of all police recorded hate crimes recorded by Hampshire Constabulary and broken down by local authority areas. This data will be updated and refreshed every six months.

The link below provides annual national statistics (England and Wales only) of hate crimes and racist incidents recorded by police forces nationally. These statistics are reported annually by the Home Office and are traditionally released in October during Hate Crime Awareness Week.

National hate crime statistics



Thank you to all our partners who contributed towards the Hate Crime jigsaw – see the video above.


Neighbourhood Crime Maps

Find out what’s happening in your neighbourhood, meet your local policing team and how to contact them. Explore the crime map to see what has happened and the policing outcomes for each crime.

Neighbourhood Watch

Find a Watch scheme in your community, and apply to join or send a message to the scheme coordinator. Neighbourhood Watch provides a way for local people to play an important part in making their communities safer.