Healthwatch Essex becomes a Hate Incident Reporting Centre

Posted on: March 30, 2021

Hate Incident Reporting Centres (HIRC’s) are community venues, where individuals can report hate incidents and hate crimes; either as a victim or a witness.

A HIRC can act as an alternative place for reporting Hate Crimes/Hate Incidents rather than directly to the Police.

They now work in collaboration with Essex Police and other partner agencies to provide support and information during the reporting process.

You can contact their Information and Guidance team team through the Speak to the Team page.

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