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26th May, 2017 - 12.25pm: Swindon- A crew from Swindon attended a small grass fire on St Paul's ...Read more

26th May, 2017 - 11.37am: Purton- A crew from Cricklade attended a property on Station road in P...Read more

26th May, 2017 - 14.31pm: Bournemouth- Crews from Springbourne, Westbourne and Christchurch were...Read more

25th May, 2017 - 11.21pm: Westbourne crew extinguished a large industrial bin fire on pier appro...Read more

25th May, 2017 - 10.05pm: Springbourne crew extinguished one private motor vehicle destroyed by ...Read more

25th May, 2017 - 9.18pm: A crew from Weymouth extinguished a bin fire in Greenhill Gardens usin...Read more

25th May, 2017 - 8.07pm: A crew from Calne attended a Late Fire Call from occupants of a domest...Read more

25th May, 2017 - 7.56pm: Two crews from Salisbury attended a road traffic collision involving t...Read more

25th May, 2017 - 7.13pm: Crew from Stratton attended a small fire out on arrival in Sevenfields...Read more

25th May, 2017 - 2.15pm: Swindon - Swindon and Westlea were mobilised to a three vehicle road t...Read more

Hate crime

A hate crime is any instance where someone has been targeted because they are believed to be different. This could be motivated by: race, colour, ethnic origin, nationality or national origins; religion or faith; gender or gender identity; sexual orientation or sexual identity; and disability. It may include verbal or written abuse, harassment or intimidation, damage to property, assault, or offensive texts or emails.

Why report a hate crime?

It is important to report hate crimes, as everyone has the right to live free from fear, prejudice and violence, regardless of their race, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, sexual orientation or any other difference.

By reporting hate crimes, you may be able to prevent them from happening to someone else. If you are the victim or a witness of hate crime, or know someone who is the victim of hate crime, you can report it to the police – in an emergency, telephone 999 or, in a non-emergency, telephone 101.

If you don’t feel able to report a hate crime directly to the police, you can also report it at one of Dorset’s walk-in hate crime reporting centres:

Alternatively, you can telephone any of the following numbers:

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