Feel targeted? Need someone to talk to?
Stop Hate UK – Coronavirus Update for Helpline Area_HRF
Have you been targeted because of:
- Race or ethnicity
- Religion or belief
- Sexual orientation
- Transgender identity
- Sub culture
You can talk through any concerns at Eastleigh Museum in confidence and get advice about whether you wish to report the incident. Just ask to speak to the member of staff in private. You can also call the museum on 023 8064 1202.
What type of incidents can we help with?
- Verbal abuse e.g name-calling, offensive jokes
- Bullying or intimidation by children, adults, neighbours or strangers
- Physical attacks such as hitting, punching, pushing, spitting
- Threats of violence
- Hoax calls, abusive phone or text messages, hate mail
- Throwing rubbish into a garden
- Online abuse e.g. on Facebook or Twitter
- Displaying or circulating discriminatory literature or posters
- Harm or damage to things such as your home, pet, vehicle
- Malicious complaints e.g. over parking, smells or noise.
To talk to someone about Hate Crime or to report an incident in the Borough of Fareham, please call Fareham Borough Council’s Community Safety Manager on 01329 236100.
Here is our leaflet about reporting Hate Crime Hate Crime Reporting Leaflet
Or you can view the leaflet, without downloading it here.