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1 Training & Development Services (TADS) HATE CRIME & INCIDENTS

2 AIM OF THE TRAINING IS TO EXPLAIN ….. why hate incidents are dealt with positively by police and partners. hate motivation definitions of hate crime & hate incidents. which identifiable groups are covered by hate crime / incidents. aggravated hate crime, hate related crime, racial and religious hatred crime & hate incidents). how to deal with hate crime. how to deal with hate incidents stop hate uk’. Training & Development Services (TADS)

3 OBJECT OF THE TRAINING Provide officers with a good understanding of hate crime /incidents Officers will be able to deal with incidents positively. Will assist with reducing the parity gap between BME & white customers Ensure the public has confidence in the police Ensure officers are confident when dealing with such incidents Training & Development Services (TADS)

4 WHY SHOULD HATE CRIME BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY? The next few slides will explain why. Training & Development Services (TADS)

5 WHY IMPORTANT Training & Development Services (TADS) STEPHEN LAWRENCE AGE 18 MURDERED 1993 London At a bus stop set upon because he was black. Stephen was a 6 th Form student who wanted to become an architect

6 WHY IMPORTANT Training & Development Services (TADS) The Admiral Duncan Public House Old Compton Street Soho London MURDER 1999 London Pub targeted by David Copeland because it was a ‘Gay’ bar. He also targeted other areas where Black & Minority Ethnic persons lived. The bombing killed three including a pregnant woman and injured 73.

7 WHY IMPORTANT Training & Development Services (TADS) ROSS PARKER AGE 17 MURDERED 2001 Peterborough Walking home with his girlfriend, when set upon because he was white.

8 WHY IMPORTANT Training & Development Services (TADS) ANTHONY WALKER AGE 18 MURDERED 2005 Merseyside Standing at a bus stop with his girlfriend, Set upon because he was black. Anthony wanted to become a lawyer.

9 WHY IMPORTANT Training & Development Services (TADS) JODY DOBROWSKI AGE 24 MURDERED 2005 London Jody was walking across Clapham Common when he was beaten to death by Thomas Pickford & Scott Walker Prosecutors said that they had a pre- meditated plan to attack a gay man. Judge Brian Barker said the pair had only one intention when they went to the common – homophobic thuggery They will each serve a minimum of 28 years imprisonment

10 WHY IMPORTANT Training & Development Services (TADS) Michael Fardon AGE 45 MURDERED 2006 Northampton Set upon because he was GAY. Hyland, the offender, was jailed for 12 years for this murder and another 16 months for attacking a man in the toilets of another gay bar, two weeks before he murdered Mr Fardon.

11 WHY IMPORTANT Training & Development Services (TADS) Fiona Pilkington (Mother) Francesca Hardwick (Daughter) MURDER & SUICIDE 2007 Leicestershire,, The mother driven by the action of bullies apparently to kill herself and her disabled daughter in a burning car. Her house was routinely surrounded by baying yobs. Her son was locked in a shed at knifepoint and beaten with a metal bar, and her daughter, who had severe learning difficulties, endured the sound of stones thrown at her bedroom window as she went to bed, accompanied by shouts demanding that she lift up her nightdress.

12 Antilocution or Bad Mouthing Gordon Allport’s Scale of Discrimination and Prejudice (The Nature of Prejudice 1954 )

13 Antilocution Majority make jokes about minority, Hate speech, negative stereotypes.

14 Antilocution or Bad Mouthing Gordon Allport’s Scale of Discrimination and Prejudice (The Nature of Prejudice 1954 ) Avoidance

15 Active avoidance of minority groups, Harm ____ isolation.

16 Antilocution or Bad Mouthing Gordon Allport’s Scale of Discrimination and Prejudice (The Nature of Prejudice 1954 ) Avoidance Discrimination

17 Denying opportunities of minority Group. Majority Group actively trying to harm the goals, Opportunities of the Minority.

18 Antilocution or Bad Mouthing Gordon Allport’s Scale of Discrimination and Prejudice (The Nature of Prejudice 1954 ) Avoidance Discrimination Physical Attack

19 Majority vandalise, burn, destroy minority group property. Physical harm done to Minority Group.

20 Antilocution or Bad Mouthing Gordon Allport’s Scale of Discrimination and Prejudice (The Nature of Prejudice 1954 ) Discrimination Physical Attack Extermination Avoidance

21 Extermination Majority seeks Extermination, Removal of Minority Group.

22 Antilocution or Bad Mouthing Gordon Allport’s Scale of Discrimination and Prejudice (The Nature of Prejudice 1954 ) Discrimination Physical Attack Extermination Avoidance

23 CONFIDENCE BRINGS ESCALATION Stephen Lawrence David Copeland Michael Fardon Fiona Pilkington Training & Development Services (TADS) Offenders would have displayed racist behaviour before. Was it dealt With positively ? Hated Gay and BME people, he must have displayed overt hatred before. Offenders attacked a man in another gay bar 2 weeks prior to murdering Michael. Reported numerous low level crimes and incidents, Some classed as ASB. Often obvious that it was aimed at disability. Turn the tap off before the water flows......

24 Definition Hate Crime A hate crime is a criminal offence ….. Which is perceived by the victim ….. Or any other person …… To be motivated by hostility or prejudice. Based on a persons race, religion, disability, sexual orientation or transgender. Training & Development Services (TADS)

25 HATE INCIDENT A hate incident is an act directed against a person(s) based on their actual or perceived race, nationality, religion, gender, disability, or sexual orientation. The difference between a hate incident and a hate crime is that a hate incident is a non-criminal act. Training & Development Services (TADS)

26 HATE CRIME Racially or Religiously aggravated offences. Statute and cover Assaults, Criminal Damage, Public Order and Harassment. (Does not cover disability, Sexual Orientation or Transgender) IF IT DOES NOT FIT THE ABOVE AND IS MOTIVATED BY HATE Any Offence Motivated By Hate..... Include in the MO and make sure CR! Is noted as HATE. Training & Development Services (TADS)

27 For example: A person is ABH’d because of their sexuality it is crimed as ABH – hate related A disabled person has her car damaged because the neighbour is aggrieved that she, as a disabled person, has allocated parking – It is crimed as criminal damage - hate related A person receives a telephone call that is racially abusive. It is crimed as Malicious telephone calls – hate related. Training & Development Services (TADS)

28 HOW TO DEAL WITH HATE CRIMES/ INCIDENTS Listen, Clarify, Check If it is an incident that does not fit any of the hate crime criteria, but is hate related submit a NON CRIME REPORT (If you are unsure of what offence has been committed submit a non crime report – It can always be changed to a crime at a later date) If it is a crime incident, record and deal with it as you would any other incident (Primary investigation) If crime, prioritise investigation Ask CRU to make the Hate Crime DS (North & South) And ensure report is marked “HATE” Update the CMS record before going off duty. Training & Development Services (TADS)

29 HOW TO DEAL WITH HATE CRIMES/ INCIDENTS CRIME REPORT – NON CRIME REPORT DONT’ FORGET TO Put in the verbal's. (Don’t be embarrassed or feel or you are being offensive – we need to know exactly what was said).Put in the verbal's. (Don’t be embarrassed or feel or you are being offensive – we need to know exactly what was said). Put in the detail of the identifiable group of the victimPut in the detail of the identifiable group of the victim Put in the identifiable group of the suspect.Put in the identifiable group of the suspect. Training & Development Services (TADS)

30 Problem Link Training & Development Services (TADS)

31 Q: What is ‘Stop Hate UK’? A: Stop Hate UK is a national charity that provides independent and confidential support to people affected by Hate Crime. Training & Development Services (TADS)

32 Stop Hate UK has almost 15 years’ experience in providing independent support to people who have been affected by Hate Crime They provide 24 hour support to people who have been affected by Hate Crime/Incidents. Victims and witnesses can contact them by phone, text, post or online to report Hate Crimes, access support, and get information Stop Hate UK also refer crimes & incidents to police forces who are part of the scheme. Training & Development Services (TADS)

33 Who Needs The Information HATE CRIME PARNERSHIP Trends / Strategic / Support Groups / Partners Involved. LOCAL POLICING TEAMS Problem Solving / early Intervention / Education and Prevention. Training & Development Services (TADS)

34 ANY QUESTIONS... Training & Development Services (TADS)


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