Reporting Hate Crime in South Lakeland
A hate crime
“Any hate incident, which constitutes a
criminal offence, perceived by the victim or any other person, as
being motivated by prejudice or hate”.
A hate crime can be based on any of the
- Sexual orientation
- Faith/ belief
You can report a report hate crime
incident anonymously and in confidence at SLDC reception
SLDC has a policy of zero tolerance to
any form of hate crime in South Lakeland.
To report an incident online click
here (Cumbria Constabulary).
A form can also be picked up at the
The main offices of South Lakeland District
Council at South Lakeland House in Kendal; the South Lakes
Housing offices in Little Aynam Rd in Kendal and Ulverston Town
Hall; Kendal Library on Stricklandgate; the Inspira (formerly
Connexions) offices on Highgate in Kendal and Cross St in
Ulverston and the Citizens Advice Bureau and Cumbria Multicultural
Service, which are both located in Windermere Library.
Cumbria County Council also have a hate
incident and hate crime reporting page on their website.
Cumbria Constabulary publish
crime profiles for South Lakeland wards, including reported