Tackling Hate Crime at Work

The Police and Crime Commissioner, together with the Safer North Hampshire Partnership and Enterprise Rent-a-Car Ltd, has launched a new guide for businesses and organisations on how to support managers and employees in dealing with hate crime in the workplace.

The guide was launched during National Hate Crime Awareness week, and in order to raise awareness, Berkeley St Edward’s Hartland Village Site in Fleet received a lunch and learn training session from Enzo Riglia, Assistant Police and Crime Commissioner, on what constitutes a hate crime and how to report it.

Site Managers will now be incorporating this information into their inductions and health and safety talks to help challenge perceptions, raise awareness and improve understanding for staff and contractors on site.

Guides on supporting employees can be downloaded via the link below.

Hampshire Police & Crime Commissioner: Business Crime Prevention


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