Hate Crime Help and Support

Victim Support provides free, independent and confidential support to victims and those who have witnessed incidents of Hate Crime in Wales through our National Hate Crime Report and Support Centre. We have specially trained staff and volunteers who will be able to provide support for you and anyone else who may have been affected by the crime. 

  • We can provide support to help you cope and recover.
  • We can make things easier by talking with the police or services for you.
  • We can help make you feel safe again with personal and home security.
  • We can introduce you to other agencies to ensure you have the best support in place.

Report a Hate Crime

If you think you have been a victim of hate crime, or think you’ve seen a hate crime you can call the police to report it on: 

  • 101 (non emergency) or 
  • 999 ( in an emergency).

If you do not feel ready to go to the police, you can contact us by telephone, email or live chat (see our contact information below) to report a hate crime, or you can fill in the confidential, online reporting form here:

Confidential Reporting Form

Online Report Form

Click here for the confidential report form
Click to report in other languages

We can either help you to report the incident to the police, or you can log the incident with Victim Support until you feel ready to go the Police. You can remain anonymous if you wish and we would only contact the Police with your consent. 

Get Support

We are open 24/7. If English is not your first language we can use a telephone interpreting service. Just let us know when we answer the call that you need help to speak to us in the language you feel most comfortable in.

If hate crime has happened to somebody you know, you can contact us on their behalf.

We aim to answer calls within 60 seconds and respond to emails within 48 hours.