Satisfaction with treatment by staff has increased to 95.8 per cent from 88.2 per cent and satisfaction with making contact with the police has increased to 94.7 per cent from 88.5 per cent.
Positive outcome rates have increased from 26.2 per cent to 35.7 per cent. A positive outcome is where an offender has received a formal or informal sanction. This may be a charge, summons, caution, penalty notice, cannabis warning or community resolution.
Prejudice Free Dorset is working with community groups to improve processes for victims and overcome barriers to reporting hate crime. Victims or witnesses of hate incidents can come forward in confidence in the knowledge that they will be taken seriously and supported.
UK Government’s National ‘Action Against Hate’ Plan:
- The UK Government’s full plan for tackling Hate Crime
- The UK Government’s “Easy Read” plan for tackling Hate Crime
Information and Reports Produced by Prejudice Free Dorset:
- Prejudice Free Quarterly Reports
- Prejudice Free Promotional Materials
- Prejudice Free Campaign Materials
Information and reports produced by partner agencies:
- CPS Hate Crime Scrutiny Panel 06/02/17
- CPS Hate Crime Scrutiny Panel
- Chatterbox Project 2014- 2015
- Dorset Forum for Equality and Diversity
- Bournemouth & Poole Forum for Equality and Diversity
- Poole scrutiny panel report on prejudice March 2015
National information and reports:
Information in BSL: