Hate crime concerns can be voiced to police at women-only event

By Antony Clay | 22/03/2018

Hate crime concerns can be voiced to police at women-only event

WORRIES over hate crimes can be voiced to the police at a women-only event next week.

Representatives of South Yorkshire Police and Rotherham Borough Council will be at the one-off session organised by the Rotherham Ethnic Community Network and Rotherham Ethnic Minority Alliance.

Attendees will be able to find out more about safety advice and local hate crime reporting.

It will be held at the Unity Centre on St Leonard’s Road, Rotherham, on Tuesday, March 27 from 10.15am to 1pm.

Further information is available by calling 01709 720744 or emailing team@rema-on line.org.uk.

There will be a creche and light refreshments available.

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