The campaign launch is linked to the publication today of new public statements on how we prosecute the different strands of hate crime and updated legal guidance. These have been drafted following extensive engagement with individuals and organisations who represent communities affected by hate crime. The new material is all available on a new hate crime webpage. You can read more about this here.

Throughout the week the Crime Prosecution Service will highlight their hate crime cases on the CPS Twitter feed and the campaign webpage. They will also profile the work of their partners through videos, and encourage the public to join the conversation.

A real strength of this campaign is being able showcase the commitment of the Crime Prosecution Service to combatting hate crime and giving victims a voice.

Please do take a look at the campaign, and if you’d like to get involved, please help spread the word using the hashtag #hatecrimematters on social media.


Original Press Release by the CPS released: 21st August 2017

To learn more about Hate Crime and the Crime Prosecution Service click here.

If you suspect that you, or someone you know are subject to any form of Abuse, click here to see how to recognise and report.


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