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Stop Hate in Norfolk (SHiN)

Following its launch in 2017, Stop Hate in Norfolk (SHiN) has been refreshed in 2023 / 2024.

Much work has been done by Norfolk Constabulary and Norfolk County Council, in partnership with relevant organisations, to embed the principles of SHiN. Work has included a focus on increasing the confidence of people across the county to report hate incidents as well as increasing the number of places where people can report such incidents.

A hate incident/crime is any incident or crime that is motivated by hostility, prejudice or hate on the grounds of race, religion, sexual orientation disability or transgender identity.

Most recently Norfolk police have reinvigorated the SHiN campaign, with a new SHiN webpage, which provides information and a link to FREE hate incident eLearning. 

This will help you and your colleagues find out about hate incidents, have the confidence to identify or report a hate incident and know about Stop Hate in Norfolk.

You can also ask about free face to face training from the contact link on that page.