Advice Tool: Hate crime Step 1 of 4 25% Hate Crime is an offence which is perceived by the victim, or any other person, as being motivated by prejudice or hate based on a person's race, religious belief, sexual orientation, disability or gender. It can take the form of physical violence, verbal abuse, obscene calls, text or email, graffiti or damage to personal property. Hate crime is a criminal offence and as such we would advise you to report this to the Police in the first instance by calling 999 in an emergency or 101 for a non-emergency. The Police will give you a log/crime number, please make a note of this. Are you the victim of a hate crime or are you reporting the incident on someone’s behalf?Q1VictimSomeone's behalf Please report a hate crime to the Police on 999 if an emergency or 101 for a non-emergency. You can also report it via the True Vision – Stop Hate Crime website. When reporting hate crime, it’s useful to include details of the perpetrator if known, your details, if this is the first incident or ongoing, incident details including when it occurred (date and time), where it happened and what happened. Is the victim or perpetrator a BVT tenant?Q2YesNo You will need to contact our ASB team and be prepared to provide the following information: Police crime/log number What happened? Time and date of incident Where it happened? Who was involved – if known? Any injuries? How did they happen? Please note that our team will contact the Police to gather information and updates on the case. Would you like to make a report? Step 2 of 2 100% You can get support for people affected by hate crime from the following organisations; Victims Support Stonewall Stop Hate UK Back to the Anti-Social Behaviour Advice ToolQ3YesNo Thank you for answering the questions in this ASB advice tool. This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.