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Hate Crime Awareness Week: Residents visit stalls in Newark market place to share experiences



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People visited a stall on Newark market on Saturday to share their experiences of race hate crime or bullying because of their disabilities.

Others went along to hear how people could be affected by hate crime and were given leaflets on how bystanders can intervene or report hate crime to the police to help victims realise they are not alone.

Nottinghamshire Police and Crimw Commissioner Paddy Tipping, Paul Peacock, leader of the Labour Group on Newark and Sherwood District Council and Karen Becher from the National Holocaust Centre, Laxton, at the Hate Crime Awareness Stall. (42668921)
Nottinghamshire Police and Crimw Commissioner Paddy Tipping, Paul Peacock, leader of the Labour Group on Newark and Sherwood District Council and Karen Becher from the National Holocaust Centre, Laxton, at the Hate Crime Awareness Stall. (42668921)

There will be stalls for Hate Crime Awareness Week in the Market Place again on Saturday with free leaflets, badges, key rings, pens and balloons for children and adults to take away.

Seven videos have been embeded into the website for viewing by the public. The plan is for the videos to remain there long-term as an educational resource.

Go to https://newarkstophatecrime.org.uk/videos/



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