Suffolk Police Supports Hate Crime Awareness Week

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Suffolk Police are supporting a campaign to tackle hate crime in the county, to raise its awareness and understanding – and to encourage victims to come forward.

The National Hate Crime Awareness Week continues until the 17th October. 

In the last six months, Suffolk Police recorded 559 hate crimes. This compares to 481 between the same period last year and represents a 16% increase. 

More details and information about the campaign, can be found at: www.suffolk.police.uk/hatecrime

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