Hate Crime Awareness
This training is funded by Staffordshire County Council. To access this session for FREE you must be a member of Support Staffordshire or Staffordshire Council of Voluntary Youth Services. Support Staffordshire reserves the right to charge you for your booking if you are not a member.
**Members failure to attend a FREE course without prior cancellation will result in your organisation being charged for your place at the standard short session member rate of £30**
Hate crime is on the increase. This is an undeniable national trend and with ever increasing awareness on the subject and demand on communities to support those most at risk of this type of crime; Would you recognise it if you saw it? Would you know how to respond and get help for the victim?
The session will be led by CACH (Communities Against Crimes of Hate) which is the local hate crime partnership covering the South of Staffordshire. They offer support and education around hate crime of all kinds and the session will give you a better insight into their work.
Who CACH are and what they do
What hate crime is
How to recognise it
Local and national case studies
Recent trends of hate crime
The impact it can have on the victim
Repercussions for the perpetrator
How to access CACH services
There will also be opportunity to consider and discuss whether you feel your group might inadvertently be preventing marginalised groups involving themselves with your work and how to challenge this.
The session will be interactive and use videos and case studies to help participants grasp the importance of challenging hate crime in our communities.
There is limited parking available on site. For local parking information visit www.parkopedia.co.uk and enter the venue postcode.
Committee Room 1 | Second Floor | Tamworth Borough Council | Marmion House | Lichfield Street | Tamworth | B79 7BZ