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Thursday, 21 July 2011

Cumbria police increases number of hate crime reporting centres (UK)

From a spice shop to Carlisle Library, hate crime reporting centres have been extended across the county.

Cumbria Constabulary has extended its range of Third Party Reporting Centres to encourage victims who may not be comfortable reporting hate crime at a police station.

They now have 79 centres covering Cumbria, ranging from community centres, hospitals and health centres to housing associations, a library and HDM Spice, on Brook Street in Carlisle.

The centres offer a “safe, neutral location” for victims and witnesses, officers say.

A force spokesman said victims or witnesses could complete a form at the centre – with help if required – or take it away to complete at home. Forms can be forwarded to police, anonymously if preferred.

The full item can be read at News & Star