A hate crime is an act of violence, hostility or discrimination against a person based on their identity or perceived difference.
If a hate crime happens to you, if you see one happen, or you know someone it has happened to, say something.
Contact the police
In an emergency call 999. To report a crime or incident that is no longer happening call 101.
You can also visit your local police station, or speak to your community Police Officer or PCSO.
We understand that it is sometimes difficult to go to the police about hate crime. Victim Support is an independent charity dedicated to supporting people affected by crime and traumatic incidents in England and Wales.
Call the North Wales Local Victim Care Team (Freephone 8am-8pm Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm Sat) on 0300 30 30 159.
You can also call the Victim Support Line (Freephone 24/7) on 0300 3031 982 or use the online report form.