Pledge your support to end hate crime
WARWICKSHIRE Police are urging people to pledge their commitment to tackling hate crime as part of Hate Crime Awareness Week which runs from 8th to 15th October.
During the week members of Warwickshire’s Community Safety Partnerships will be taking pledge boards out to a series of events and asking people to sign them.
The boards affirm that those signing will not tolerate hate crime, they will report it if they see it and will to talk to any victims of hate crime that they encounter about reporting the offence.
Anyone can sign the pledge by attending one of a number of events taking place... read more
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