HATE CRIME AWARENESS: Understanding the Impact, Reporting Incidents, and Supporting Victims.
Understanding the Impact, Reporting Incidents, and Supporting Victims.
**NEXT COURSE: 16 NOVEMBER 2018. LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE, BOOK NOW**
This is a one-day course aimed at raising awareness of the issues of hate incidents and crime and tackling the issue of under reporting. The course will help learners to increase their knowledge and confidence to encourage reporting and recording of hate crime/incident both by victims and others who become aware of them (including statutory service providers). It will also help improve communication amongst all agencies including Police, Health, Local Authorities, VCS and private companies regarding hate crime reporting.
The areas covered in the training include:
- Stereotypes and prejudices
- The difference between hate crime and incident
- Types of hate incidents and crime
- What is the difference between bullying, harassment, and to hate crime?
- What is the impact of hate crime on the victims and community inclusion?
- Cultural communication and reducing perpetuation hate tendencies
- Responding to hate crime and breaking down the barriers.
By the end of the course participants will be able to:
- Understand the different types of hate crime and incident
- Recognise racial stereotyping and institutionalised racism
- Understand the fears around victims reporting incidents
- Develop better understanding of harassment, bullying behaviours
- Understand the legal framework on hate crime and incident
- Explore the impact of hate crime on individuals, families and communities
- Promote equality, respect diversity and challenge all forms hate crime
Time: 1 day – 09.30 – 5.00 pm
One day course: 09.30 – 5.00 pm
Venue: Park Inn By Radisson Peterborough
With Lunch, water, and 3 servings of tea/coffee and a bite