3rd Party Reporting

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Hate Crime & Third Party Reporting

Hate crime

Did you know that Hate Crime is any criminal offence committed against an individual or property that is motivated by a person’s hatred of someone because of their actual or perceived race, religion, transgender identity, sexual orientation or disability?

Hate Crime is wrong, it is against the law, and everyone has the right to live safely and without fear.

No two individuals are ever the same – embrace individuality and help put an end to Hate crime by reporting it.


It Goes On and On and On

It Goes On and On and On is a series of films about harassment and bullying of people with disabilities made by residents of Perth and Kinross. This project was led by the Us and the Housing group.

Us and the Housing group is made up of local residents with learning disabilities who come together around their common interest in issues related to housing in Perth and Kinross.

A video from the Making Where We Live Better group

Third party reporting

In some cases victims/witnesses of Hate Crime do not feel comfortable reporting the matter directly to the Police and may be more comfortable reporting it to someone they are familiar with. 

To ensure all victims/witnesses are able to report Hate Crimes, Police Scotland works in partnership with a wide variety of partners who perform the role of 3rd Party Reporting Centres.

Staff within 3rd Party Reporting Centres have been trained to assist a victim or witness in submitting a report to the police and can make such a report on the victim/witnesses behalf.

Visit us or contact us at the office:

​Centre For Inclusive Living Perth and Kinross

The Gateway Centre

North Methven Street


Telephone: 01738 587282

Email: info@cilpk.org.uk

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