A hate crime is when the victim thinks a crime happened because of who they are. This may be because of:
- Hate crime disability info sheet [pdf] 99KB (this could be a physical disability, a mental health issue or a learning disability)
- Hate crime racist or religious info sheet [pdf] 90KB
- Hate crime homophobic biphobia transphobic info sheet [pdf] 93KB
You can read more about our approach to tackling hate incidents and how we support anyone affected by it in our Hate Crime Procedure.pdf[pdf] 1MB and you can also read our full Hate Crime Policy [pdf] 145KB.
If you think you have been the victim of, or have witnessed a hate incident you can report it by contacting your local housing office or by completing our online reporting form below.
Third party reporting centres
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner has re-launched third party reporting centres across Redcar & Cleveland, Middlesbrough, Stockton and Hartlepool and all of our housing offices are included in this. This means that anyone can come to our offices to report hate crime.
Our privacy notice tells you what to expect when Coast & Country Housing (CCH) processes personal information. It applies to information about applicants, customers and other service users.