Report a hate crime

When reporting a hate crime you should:

  • remember no incident is too small to report,
  • report it as soon as possible,
  • write down everything that happened during the incident including time, date and place,
  • not touch anything that may be classed as evidence, such as weapons used, etc,
  • a friend or family member can also report hate crime on your behalf.

All reports are taken extremely seriously and in the strictest confidence; if you prefer your report can be kept anonymous and you will not be asked for any personal details.

There are several ways you can report a hate crime these are detailed below.

Report a hate crime online

Report a hate crime over the telephone

Report a hate crime at a reporting centre

You can report a hate crime in person or over the telephone at any of the hate crime reporting centres listed below.

Hate crime reporting centres


Al-Mahdi Foundation

Address: Fern Street, Bury, BL9 5BP.
Contact person: Saqeb Raza.


Asian Development Association Bury (ADAB)

Address: 7 South Cross Street, Bury, BL9 0RS.
Telephone: 0161 764 6749.


Buddies for Children with Autism

Address: 8 the Rock, Bury, BL9 0NU.
Telephone: 0770 335 3029.


Bury Active Women's Centre

Address: 90 South Cross, Bury, BL9 0RS.
Telephone: 0161 280 2270.


Bury Society for Blind & Partially Sighted People

Address: 4 Tenterden Street, Bury, BL9 0EG.
Telephone: 0161 763 7014.


Bury Job Centre

Address: Jobcentre Plus, Silver Street, Bury, BL9 0DP.
Contact person: Gaynor Alexander.
Telephone: 0161 253 8084.
Email: gaynor.alexander@dwp.gsi.gov.uk.
Opening hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9am to 5pm, Wednesday 10am to 5pm.


Bury People First

Address: Bury People First, Address: Imperial House, 79 Hornby Street, Bury, BL9 5BN
Telephone: 0161 705 4342.
Email: admin@burypeoplefirst.co.uk.


Community Safety Team

Telephone: 0161 253 5099.


Community Security Trust

Address: PO Box 245, Manchester, M7 2WY.
Telephone: 0161 792 6666.


Greater Manchester Police - Bury Division

Telephone: In an emergency dial 999. In a non-emergency dial 101.


Holy Law Synagogue

Address: Bury Old Road, Prestwich, M25 0EX.
Telephone: 0161 740 1634


Islamic Centre & Mosque

Address: Church Street, Bury, BL9 6BN.
Contact person: Liaqat Ali.
Telephone: 0161 764 7306 or 07877 196526.


Jamia Khiza Mosque

Address: 23 - 25 Parker Street, Bury, BL9 0RJ.
Contact person: Waheed Arshad.
Telephone: 0161 763 6884.


Jamia Khizra Mosque & Islamic Centre

Address: 85 Walmersley Road, Bury, BL9 5AN.
Contact person: Ifti Ahmed or Khalid Khan.
Telephone: 07400 242447.


Jewel

Address: 45 Bury New Road, Prestwich, Manchester, M25 9JY.
Telephone: 0161 798 2123.
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday 9.15am to 4pm, Friday 9.15am to 1pm.


Jinnah Day Care Centre

Address: Alfred Street, Bury, BL9 7HE.
Telephone: 0161 763 3637.


Lesbian and Gay Foundation Helpdesk

Telephone: 0845 330 3030.
Opening hours: 10am to 10pm staffed, 10pm to 10am automated.


Masjid-e-Noor

Address: 48 Bridgefield Street, Radcliffe, M26 2SG.
Contact person: Imman - Muhammed Tayyab, Pervez Ali or Muhammed Khalid.
Email: tayyib389@gmail.com or shamraiz-ali@hotmail.co.uk.


Noor Ul Islam Mosque

Address: 2/4 Yarwood Street, Bury, BL9 7AU.
Contact person: Saheed Rashid.
Telephone: 07955 437017.


Northern Flats

Address: 10 Bury old Road, Prestwich, M25 0FX.
Telephone:07904 103613.


Prestwich Hebrew Congregation

Address: Bury New Road, Prestwich, M25 9WN.
Telephone: 0161 773 1978.


Prestwich Islamic Centre

Address: 52 Bury Old Road, Prestwich, M25 0ER.
Contact person: Masjid Bilal or Sufyan Desai.
Telephone: 0161 740 2125.


Six Town Housing

Address: 6 Knowsley Place, Angouleme Way, Bury, BL9 0EL.
Telephone: 0161 686 8110.


The Friendship Circle

Address: 17 Bury New Road, Prestwich, M25 9JZ.
Telephone: 0161 792 1792.


What action will be taken

Reports are taken extremely seriously and in the strictest confidence and if you prefer your report can be kept anonymous and you will not be asked for any personal details. However the multi-agency approach adopted by Bury means that a hate crime reporting centre will send copies of the report to:

  • The victim reporting the hate crime
  • The Police, for action to be taken, with your consent, against the perpetrators
  • Any other support agency involved

Contact for Community Safety Partnership (CSP)