No Place For Hate

The coronavirus is no excuse for hatred and discrimination, and unfortunately it does not self-isolate. If you feel you’ve been a victim of a hate crime, we do not want you to suffer in silence. You don’t have to leave your home to get support or report a hate crime.



  • If you want to report an incident to the police, call 999 in an emergency, or in a non-emergency live chat us on our website or call 101.

  • To report anonymously, visit or call them on 0800 555 111.

  • You can also report at True Vision’s anonymous reporting tool at

There’s no place for hate in the West Midlands.

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About Safer Walsall Partnership

Working together to create inclusive communities where every voice is heard, listened to and valued, ensuring people feel safe, secure, happy and proud in Walsall



DO NOT use the contact details below as a method of reporting a crime.