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We are pleased that Tim Passmore, Police & Crime Commissioner, has indicated that, subject to a satisfactory business case, he will again commission a Hate Crime Partnership, led by Victim Support, to deliver services to victims and witnesses of hate crime. Suffolk Hate Crime Service will continue to work in partnership with the Hate Crime Partnership, to ensure that victims and witnesses within Suffolk continue to receive a high level of expert support.  To reflect the partnership working Hate Crime Officer Taz Hussain will be seconded into the Victim Support Co-ordinator post and Deborah Charles will provide strategic support. 

The service will be funded up to 31 March 2016.  Over the coming months partners will be working up proposals for a new service to be delivered from April 2016.

Suffolk Hate Crime Service supports victims and families of hate crimes and hate incidents.  The team aims to raise awareness of hate crime and its effects as well as increasing reporting of hate crime across the whole of suffolk.

Suffolk Hate Crime Service works with people who may have been targeted due to one or more of the following:

Age                           Alternative Subculture

Disability                    Gender

 Gender Identity        Race

Religion or Belief    Sexual Orientation

For more information about what constitutes a hate crime or hate incident and for more information about Suffolk Hate Crime Service, please click on the links on the left.

It is important that you tell us when you have experienced a Hate Incident or Hate Crime even if you do not wish to be contacted by the Suffolk Hate Crime Service or the Police.

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