Tackling hate and extremism

in News September 18, 2018

National Hate Crime Awareness, Week 13-20 October 2018

Mayor’s Office for Policing And Crime (MOPAC) is providing resources to support community based events during National Hate Crime Awareness Week 2018 (#NationalHCAW). Distribution will be facilitated by the No To Hate Crime Campaign who organise the week.  Resources will NOT be available directly from MOPAC. Please see details below and please do circulate to your wider networks: Ordering #NationalHCAW… Read more

in News June 5, 2018

Londoners #TurntoLove one year after London Bridge attack

In June 2017, this time last year terrorists  ploughed into pedestrians on London bridge, before stabbing revellers in pubs and bars in Borough Market on Saturday night killing seven people and injuring 48. On Sunday 3rd June #TurnToLove, Faiths Forum for London and volunteers from London’s Muslim, multi-faith, women and youth honoured the victims and reaffirmed that… Read more

My Voice Project

On a daily basis young Muslims fall victims to the propaganda and ideologies of hate propagated by Daesh sympathisers and far-right extremists. The voices of young Muslims are not heard and drowned by polarising groups whose extreme ideas are trying to divide our communities. We will not allow prejudice, hate and discrimination to break our communities! The Faiths… Read more

in News March 28, 2018

Assistant Chief Constable writes to reassure communities

I am the National Policing Lead for hate crime. I have been made aware of community concerns and distress caused by letters which have been recently circulated containing material that is wholly unacceptable. I would want to state that I share your disdain for such letters which have no place in our country. Our main… Read more