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Hate crime: Who else can help me?

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As well as Nottinghamshire Police, there are a number of other organisations that you can report hate crime to and receive advice and support.

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Citizens Advice Bureau provide free, confidential and independent advice on a range of issues including debt, benefits, housing, immigration, consumer rights, employment.

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A free, independent, and confidential service available to all victims of crime across Nottinghamshire. You do not need to report to the police to access this service.

Tel: 0800 304 7575

Email: admin@nottsvictimcare.org.uk

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A free 24-hour helpline for young people under 18. They offer confidential emotional support and advice for young people on a variety of issues.

Tel: 0800 11 11

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CST is Community Security Trust, a charity that protects British Jews from anti-Semitism.

Tel: 0800 032 3263 (emergency number)

Email: incidents@cst.org.uk

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Provide advice and assistance to individuals on issues relating to equality and human rights.

Tel: 0808 800 0082

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Support for LGBTQ people who’ve experiences hate crime or domestic abuse. They can also help LGBTQ people who might have questions about the criminal justice system.

Tel: 020 7704 2040

Email: advice@galop.org.uk

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A charity working throughout the football, educational and community sectors to challenge discrimination, encourage inclusive practices and campaign for positive change.

Tel: 020 3967 8989

Email: info@kickitout.org

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A national charity that gives free and confidential help to victims of crime, witnesses, their family, friends and anyone else affected. 

It also speaks out as a national voice for victims and witnesses and campaigns for change.

Tel: 0845 3030 900

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Provide advice, information and support to people with learning disabilities and their supporters. They can give information about the rights of people with a learning disability and support to access services.

Tel: 0115 920 9524

Email: info@n-mencap.org

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Mind provide information and support on all aspects of mental illness including where to get help, treatments and advocacy. They are also able to provide details of local support agencies.

Tel: 0300 123 3393

Email: info@mind.org.uk

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The centre provides information, advice, and guidance and is run by women, for women.

Tel: 0115 941 1475

Email: admin@nottinghamwomenscentre.com

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Provide support for Muslim women victims of hate crime. 

Tel: 0115 837 2627

Email: enquiries@nmwn.co.uk

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Tel: 0300 500 8080

Email: enquiries@nottscc.gov.uk

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Provide support and information for the LGBT+ communities of Nottinghamshire.

Tel: 0115 934 8485

Email: info@nottslgbt.com

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Information, support, and resources for the transgender community of Nottingham.

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The police and crime commissioner (PCC) is an elected official, charged with the securing of efficient and effective policing of Nottinghamshire.

Tel: 0115 844 5998

Email: nopcc@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk

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Provide support and information to people affected by all forms of Hate Crime in locations across the UK.

Tel: 0113 293 5100

Email: info@stophateuk.org

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Provides support to victims of anti-Muslim hate and is a public service which also measures and monitors anti-Muslim incidents.

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Anti-racism charity, which promotes civil rights and can provide support to victims of hate crime.

Tel: 020 7582 7438

Email: office@tmg-uk.org

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Based in Newark, the National Holocaust Centre and Museum promotes an understanding of the roots of discrimination and prejudice. They organise ‘No to Hate’ conferences as well as the Breaking the Cycle programme, aimed at addressing prejudice in young people.

Tel: 01623 83662

Email: office@nationalholocaustcentre.net

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National charity, committed to the fulfilment of human rights for ethnic minority Gypsy Roma and Traveller people. They can provide support, advice, and advocacy.

Tel: 020 7607 2002

Email: info@travellermovement.org.uk