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Criminal Justice

What do we know about hate crime?

Review examines prevalence and reporting; police and prosecution; when and where offending happens and victim and perpetrator characteristics.

Innovation

New app to combat hate crime

New app supported by London Mayor and Victim Support makes it easy to capture, secure and report evidence of hate crime.

Criminal Justice

Big rise in anti-muslim incidents

Report from Tell MAMA shows an alarming rise in the number of anti-Muslim incidents in the UK, most frequently perpetrated by men against Muslim women.

Criminal Justice

New hate crime action plan

New Home Secretary Amber Rudd launches hate crime action plan for England and Wales including £2.4 million to protect places of worship.

Infographics

Hate crime in Europe

Following the recent depressing inspection report that found British criminal justice agencies are doing very little to tackle disability hate crime, I thought it might be interesting to look more generally at the prevalence of hate crime within the European Union. As you can see, even with the acknowledged under-reporting of hate crimes, the figures are extremely worrying.

Criminal Justice

Justice system still lets down victims of disability hate crime

There has been little progress in improving the response of the police, probation and Crown Prosecution services to disability hate crime. That is the core finding of a recent (21 May 2015) joint inspection report. The report, officially titled “Joint review disability hate crime follow-up”, was designed to see how these three key agencies (although of course probation is now split into the National Probation Service and 21 Community Rehabilitation Companies) had responded to a critical joint inspection in March 2013. That earlier report set out seven recommendations which is the focus of this review.

Infographics

Raising awareness of Learning Disability Hate Crime

My Life My Choice is a self-advocacy organisation run by and for people with learning difficulties in Oxfordshire.
They have published this great infographic to raise public awareness of just how common learning disability hate crime is. You can follow them on Twitter on @mylifemychoice1

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