Crime and Anti Social Behaviour
If you have been a victim of crime or anti social behaviour during this time, please see below for signposts to advice and guidance.
Anti Social Behaviour
If you have witnessed or experienced Anti Social Behaviour during this time, please visit out pages on how to deal with anti social behaviour.
Domestic and sexual violence
If you are in immediate danger, call 999 and ask for the police. If you are unable to talk on the phone, call 999 and then press 55. This will transfer your call to the relevant police force who will assist you without you having to speak.
For more information and resources, view our COVID-19 and Domestic Abuse pages.
Reporting a hate crime
A hate incident is something which the victim (or someone else) believes is motivated by hate, hostility, or prejudice. This can be because of a person's characteristics or a characteristic they are believed to have. If a hate incident breaks the law then it is a hate crime.
You can report a hate incident or hate crime if you are a victim or a witness. You can choose to remain anonymous.