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Disability Hate Crime. Stephen Brookes MBE Co-ordinator – National Disability Hate Crime Network Lancs HCSP. What is hate crime?. When you think someone is hurting you because you seem different to them. hate crime against disabled people. Name calling Spitting

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Disability hate crime

Disability Hate Crime

Stephen Brookes MBE

Co-ordinator – National Disability Hate Crime Network

Lancs HCSP

DHCN - Stephen Brookes 2014


What is hate crime

What is hate crime?

When you think someone is hurting you because you seem different to them.

DHCN - Stephen Brookes 2011


Hate crime against disabled people

hate crime against disabled people

  • Name calling

  • Spitting

  • Being pushed and jostled

  • Stopping someone getting on or off a bus

  • Throwing things at a disabled person

  • Bullying at school

DHCN - Stephen Brookes 2014


Hate crime against disabled people1

Hate crime against disabled people?

Hate crimes?

  • Calling you names

  • Damaging your things

  • Frightening people

  • Hurting you

  • Causing fires

  • Murder

DHCN - Stephen Brookes 2014


Who can stop disability hate crime in our towns

Who can stop disability hate crime in our towns

  • Government

  • Police

  • Local councils

  • Housing providers

  • Health

  • Disabled people’s organisations

  • Local neighbours

DHCN - Stephen Brookes 2011


Reporting disability hate crime

Reporting disability hate crime

Easy ways to contact Police

Good help from police when you report hate crime

Meet people’s access needs: home visits, Sign Language interpreters, phone, text phone, easy-read information etc

DHCN - Stephen Brookes 2011


Hate crime and violence against disabled people

Hate crime and violence against disabled people

  • People can report hate crime to local Third Party reporting sites without having to talk to the police

DHCN - Stephen Brookes 2011


Stephen brookes mbe disability hate crime network e mail dhcn2007@btinternet com

Report it to stop it!

Stephen Brookes MBE

Disability Hate Crime Network

E mail – [email protected]

DHCN - Stephen Brookes 2017


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