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The campaign highlights Greater Manchester’s zero tolerance to hate crime and encourages both victims and witnesses to take a stand and report hate crime.

Bury Council is committed to preventing and reducing the levels of hate crime by ensuring the victims and witnesses of hate crime are supported and offenders are brought to justice.

Through the Bury Community Safety Plan partners work together to tackle hate crime, to support victims of offences, and build stable & cohesive communities.

A series of events are planned during GM Hate Crime Awareness Week (5 – 11 February 2024) across the borough:

Saturday 3 February

Promotion of Hate Crime awareness at Radcliffe Football Club fixture

Monday 5 February

Hate Crime Ambassador Reporting Centre awareness and training, including GM Police and Victim Support 

Bury Town Hall 10am -12.30pm

to book on contact

Tuesday 6 February

Report hate crime at a surgery with the BAME Project and Greater Manchester Police at Millgate Shopping Centre (from 10am)

Report hate crime at a surgery with Greater Manchester Police Ramsbottom Morrisons (further details to follow)

Wednesday 7 February

Stop Hate Crime showcase with Liv’s Trust, MAD Theatre and The Met, 6.30pm at The Met theatre. To reserve your place contact

Friday 9 February

Community engagement by Transport for Greater Manchester, GM Police and Bury Council

Bury Interchange 10am-1pm.


Bee in the Loop

Greater Manchester Police’s new community messaging system ‘Bee in the loop’ allows you to choose what information you would like to know about including crime and incidents in your local area. The system is also an invaluable investigative tool and can be used to appeal for information or intelligence and help to solve crime.

Sign up to Bee in the loop about what is happening in your community:


Report hate crime

Further details about how to report-a-hate-crime


Antisemitism is malicious acts against Jewish people, groups or property, and that the victim was targeted because they are or are believed to be Jewish.

If you are the victim of an antisemitic incident or you have information regarding one that happened to somebody else, please report it as soon as possible.

You can report it here or call the CST National Emergency Number 0800 032 3263

Hate Crime Ambassador and Reporting Centre Training