Advice centres offer drop-in service for hate crime reports

AN outreach organisation is helping people who have been victims or witnesses to a hate crime.

Citizens Advice County Durham is urging people to go into their nearest bureau to make reports.

The organisation’s deputy chief executive, Dawn Kirsopp, said: “We all have the right to live free from violence, harassment or hostility, but over the years, we have seen how devastating hate incidents can be to individuals, families and the wider community.

 

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