If you have experienced a hate incident or see or know about hate incidents in your community, it’s important to tell someone about it. By reporting an incident when it happens, you can help stop it happening again and we can ask you about any support that you or any other person affected may need.

There are lots of ways that you can tell us about it. You don’t have to give your personal details if you don’t want to or provide any evidence.

We say No to Hate

We say No to Hate


 Where can you report it?

If it’s an emergency – or if you or someone else is in immediate danger, ring, text or SMS 999

or Minicom/Textphone 18000

If it’s not an emergency or to be directed to the Victim Care Unit:

Ring 101 or text/SMS 67101

Minicom/Textphone 18001 101

Email 101@devonandcornwall.pnn.police.uk


True vision: www.report-it.org.uk

Police website: www.devon-cornwall.police.uk

Victim Care Unit website: www.victimcaredevonandcornwall.org.uk


If you do not want to report to the police but would still like support


Victim Supportline: 0300 303 0554

Email: devon.cornwall@victimsupport.org.uk

If you have hearing difficulties, you can

call the TextDirect access number:

18001 0300 303 0554

Third Party Reporting Centres

We encourage you to tell the police but you can also go to one of our third party reporting centres. We have five reporting centres in Cornwall, where you can talk to trained staff about your experiences and they can give you help and support.

They can also help you to make a report to the police or any other organisation if you wish to or make a report on your behalf (this is called third party reporting).

Cornwall Community Directory

Adult Care, Health and Wellbeing has launched an online directory of organisations, services and activities for the people of Cornwall to be able to find what they need all in one place.

The directory is split into 9 categories:

  • Support at Home
  • Leisure activities,
  • Getting Around
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Work, Learning and Volunteering
  • Advice, Information and Money Matters
  • Staying Safe
  • Caring for Someone
  • Housing and Care Homes

Visit the Cornwall Community Directory now and see if they can help you.



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