News in hate crime

Commissioner invests £50,000 to support reporting of hate crime

Police and Crime Commissioner Michael Lane has invested £50,000 in enabling Hampshire Citizens Advice offices to become third party reporting centres for hate crime.

18 October 2017

What’s under a judge’s wig?

On Saturday 14 October, everyone is welcome to visit the law courts in Winchester, to go behind the scenes and find out what happens there.  With fun for all the family, you can visit the cells and see inside a prison van, watch a mock trial, and even try on a judge’s robes and wig!

10 October 2017

Michael Lane awards £30,000 to tackle Hate Crime

Michael Lane, Police and Crime Commissioner for the Hampshire Constabulary area, has awarded grants to 11 local charities and voluntary organisations totalling £30,000 to deliver a range of activities that will target hate crime.

16 December 2016

Commissioner offers cash to make us safer

Following the recent publication of his draft Police and Crime Plan, Michael Lane has now opened up applications for funding for up to £65,000 per application.  This money will be available to be used to make you, your family, and your community safer.

02 November 2016

Small Grants available to tackle Hate Crime

The Police and Crime Commissioner has launched a new Small Grants Award round, which is intended to support services and providers with a one off payment of up to £3,000.  The aim is to reduce offending or support victims of hate crime.  

02 September 2016

Commissioner meets partners on Isle of Wight

Police and Crime Commissioner Michael Lane recently spent a day on the Isle of Wight meeting partners to discuss policing issues on the Island.

28 June 2016