Disability Hate Crime

Disability Hate Crime is very much in the news at present – but is always there regardless of media trends.   The Crown Prosecution Service is launching a public consultation about how Disability Hate Crime is prosecuted in this country.   If you have a view about this, or possibly knowledge of other people’s experiences, then it would be good if you could make a response to the consultation.   If you would like a clearer idea of what is happening, please click on this link to the CPS website, which will provide you with more details.  

 http://www.cps.gov.uk/news/consultations/dhc_index.html

 If you don’t feel that you want to reply to the website, but have views you want to express to someone, then send them to sheonaidh.cumming@nat.org.uk  who will be able to include them in the response from the National Aids Trust.   

Many people, with a wide range of disability, including mental ill health and dual diagnosis, have experience of incidents which were difficult to prove – and wish it could be otherwise.   Well, this is an opportunity to say what you think t

 

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