We’ll be hosting two webinars and two public information stands during Hate Crime Awareness Week.
Online hate crime and extremism webinar
The Metropolitan Police will be available to speak to members of the public about identifying hate crime, and the ways in which it can be reported to the police. You can find them at our hate crime reporting information stand at Golders Green Bus Station, Station Road, Edgware HA8 7BD, from 9am-12.30pm on Friday 16 October. The police also visited Edgware Bus Station on Monday to raise awareness at a separate hate crime reporting information stand.
We will also be hosting two webinars - please find the details below. To register to attend, please contact Barnet’s Hate Crime Reporting Co-Ordinator, Reshma Hirani at email@example.com
|Safeguarding and Hate Crime||Wednesday 14 October||2pm||Microsoft Teams||Safeguarding concerns – are we recognising and reporting hate crime against the vulnerable?||
Join our Panel of Guests for an informative discussion around the overlap between the definitions of Hate Crime and Safeguarding.
|Online Hate, Harassment and Extremism||Thursday 15 October||7pm||Zoom||Are Hate Groups Still Active during the Pandemic?||Join us for an informative discussion where you will understand how to detect online hate and extremism and protect your communities from it with new reporting technology.|