Report a hate crime or incident
Hate crimes and incidents
Hate crime is any crime motivated by prejudice against someone because of their actual or perceived:
Along with our partners, we work to increase awareness of hate crime, prevent hate crime from happening, encourage reporting when it does happen and, ultimately, put a stop to it.
We take a zero-tolerance approach to hate crime and are committed to ensuring that all Cornwall Housing residents are equally able to live, work and study without fear of being targeted due to an aspect of their identity.
Report a hate crime
If you were a victim of crime because of a protected characteristic detailed above, you should tell us this when making your report. You should contact the police for any crime, including if someone:
Report a hate crime by calling the police on:
101 (or 999 in an emergency)
You can report hate incidents to us and we will see if we can help. Incidents you can report to us include if someone:
You can also report a hate incident to us if you were a witness and not the victim.
What we can do
Once you've made your report, we will speak to you and agree how we want to deal with the incident. Depending on what happened, we might be able to:
Report a hate incident
Use our online form
Telephone 0300 1234 161