Reporting hate crime is easy and can help save lives. If you are a victim, or a witness, of a hate crime please report it by visiting the Stop Hate UK website here or by one of the methods listed below:

Report hate crime

If you are a victim or a witness of a hate crime, please report it. Anyone can report a hate crime, and if you would prefer, you can report it anonymously.


In person

By telephone

  • Police on 101 (in an emergency call 999)
  • Use Text Relay/TypeTalk on 18001 101
  • Stop Hate UK on 0800 138 1625 or by texting 07717 989 025

Stop Hate app screenshot

Download the Stop Hate UK app

  • Take a picture, video or audio recording and upload it directly
  • Links directly to leading independent organisation or to the police in an emergency
  • Gives you a direct response (including the police)
  • GPS enabled to help plot the exact location of incident
  • Can be used anonymously

Sheffield's Children in Care Council have made a podcast!

They explore their manifesto and share spoken word about issues that affect Children in Care



You can follow your religion whilst being in care. If you have been brought up in a religion, and it is important to you, your social worker should help you in making sure you can follow your religious beliefs.

This may include:
• Going to a particular place of worship
• Going to special classes for religious instruction
• Going to a particular school
• Eating, or not eating, certain foods
• Wearing your traditional dress, rather than western clothes
• Not having your hair cut


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