Hate Crime Presentation Sessions | Staffordshire Victim Gateway

Staffordshire Victim Gateway is offering Hate Crime Presentation sessions for all interested parties, partners and professionals across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent.

Free Hate Crime Training

The FREE Eventbrite sessions last for for 1.5hrs for Hate Crime Awareness Presentation and a 3.5hrs Professionals Presentation across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent only.

Hate Crime Awareness Training (1.5hrs)

  • Thursday 15th February 2024
  • Tuesday 20th February 2024
  • Tuesday 27th February 2024

Please email [email protected] if you are interested in Bespoke Training for your organisation.

What is hate crime?

A hate crime is when someone has a crime committed against them or their property because of either their Race, Religion, Disability, Sexual orientation, or Transgender identity.

Uniting Staffordshire Against Hate have been commissioned by Staffordshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner and Partners to deliver awareness sessions on Hate Crime.

Training offer includes: 1.5hrs awareness raising session with time (15mins) for questions at the end.

It is suitable for anyone looking for a general overview of hate crime, with objectives including:

  • Legal definitions and the difference between hate crimes and hate incidents.
  • The prevalence of hate crimes, locally and nationally.
  • Barriers that prevent people reporting hate crimes.
  • The impact hate crimes have on victims.
  • How to access support and what victims can expect.

For those wishing for more intensive presentation, we offer a full morning or afternoon 3.5hrs session for a ‘deeper dive’ available separately.

This 3.5 hr presentation awareness session, with time for a break (15mins), is suitable for anyone looking for a more in-depth overview of hate crime, with objectives including:

  • Legal definitions and the difference between hate crimes and hate incidents.
  • The prevalence of hate crimes, locally and nationally.
  • Barriers that prevent people reporting hate crimes.
  • The impact hate crimes have on victims.
  • Unconscious Bias, Stereotyping, Discrimination and Prejudice.
  • How to support a Victim of Hate Crime.
  • Hate Crime the Vulnerabilities and Partnership Working.
  • How to access support and what victims can expect.