Recognising a Hate Crime
Someone can be a victim of more than one type of Hate Crime and the attack can feel very personal and specifically targeted, which means it’s less likely to be an isolated or random incident.
No-one should have to live with the fear, anxiety and consequences of hate.
If you have been affected by Hate Crime it is quite normal to:-
- Feel anxious.
- Be angry.
- Have difficulty sleeping.
- Feel helpless.
- Avoid certain locations.
- Feel anxious about further victimisation.
Self-help resources are available and we’re here to help you.