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Remedi - Hate Crime Victim Service

A new service which will support victims of hate crime has been launched by the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner, following a 41% rise in hate incidents in 2020/21.

Remedi run's the new victims’ service which will seek to support those who have been subject to hate crimes across the West Midlands.

A hate crime is an offence where the perpetrator is motivated by hostility towards the victim's race, religion, disability, sexual orientation or transgender identity.

Remedi will provide emotional, personal and practical support for victims and will accept referrals from the police and agencies as well as those who want to refer themselves.

The hope is the additional support will improve outcomes for victims of hate crime across the West Midlands.

The West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner said: “We have seen a sharp rise in hate crimes during the pandemic. Last year there were over 9,000 hate crime incidents reported to West Midlands Police. This new service will support victims and those who have been subjected to hate crimes. It is not acceptable and we have zero tolerance to hate crime in the West Midlands. Nobody should be subject to abuse because of their protected characteristics. If you are subject to a hate crime, report it. It will be taken seriously by West Midlands Police.”

The new hate crime service will have full-time staff and volunteers who will support all victims of hate crime. Our self referral hate form can be found in the downloads section of this page. For more information please contact us.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Remedi Hate Crime Victim Service
0800 488 0894
Remedi Hate Crime Victim Service

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Freephone Number - operating Monday to Friday, between 9am and 5pm
Session Information
Support service is flexible to the needs of the victim.

Other Details


Referral required
Referral Details

We take referrals from West Midlands Police and other partner agencies but members of the public are welcome to contact us direct to discuss their situation, whether it has been reported to the police or not.

Record Last Updated on: 10/06/2022

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