Police boss tells of racist attack as he urges hate crime victims to come forward

Police boss tells of racist attack as he urges hate crime victims to come forward
 

Derbyshire's police and crime commissioner has spoken about how he was attacked by racist thugs when he was younger as he urges victims to report hate incidents.
Hardyal Dhindsa, who is Sikh, was racially abused and assaulted while he was walking with a friend when he was living in London as a young man.
He chose not to report the incident to the police which he says he now regrets.
Mr Dhindsa is speaking out about the experience now as he throws his support behind National Hate Crime Awareness Week, which runs from tomorrow until October 15.
He said: "Thankfully we were not badly hurt... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 23
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