The police in Hertfordshire have dedicated Hate Crime Officers, who deal with hate incidents and offer support to victims of hate crime.
They can meet victims in a place where they feel comfortable and safe, explain options and assist them throughout an investigation, or if the case goes to court.
The police also have specially trained LGBT+ Liaison Officers who provide support to people from the LGBT+ community. They work to encourage the reporting of hate crimes and give advice and support to victims and witnesses.
You can request the support of a Hate Crime Officer or LGBT+ Liaison Officer when you report to the police in Hertfordshire.
Get support even if you haven't reported
Hertfordshire Beacon offers victim care services to all victims of crime in the county, whether or not the victim has reported the matter to police.
Their services are free, and vulnerable or repeat victims receive an enhanced care package.
03000 11 55 55 (option 3)
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