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Reporting Violent Extremism and Standing Together Against Hate


Some helpful information to assist our communities.

Report to Police

  • If someone is in danger or an incident is happening now, call 111 immediately.

  • If an incident has already happened and no one is in immediate danger, report it online by visiting: 105.police.govt.nz. This will ensure the matter is logged and appropriately assigned. Once a report is received a case number will be issued and this can be referenced for monitoring the progress of a complaint.

Responding to hate crimes and incidents

  • If you, your friends or whānau have experienced abuse, violence, threats, or intimidation motivated by hostility or prejudice, it is extremely important that you report it.

  • You can report a hate crime or incident online using 105 non-emergency report or by calling 105. To report anonymously, use Crime Stoppers or you can make a complaint to the Human Rights Commission.

The following link provides guidance on reporting Hate Crimes, online Violent Extremism and harmful digital content. https://www.police.govt.nz/advice-services/advice-victims/hate-crime. (available in 27 different languages).


The attached PDF resources can also be shared to guide your community on reporting.


Where to Report Terrorist and Violent Extremism Online
.pdf
Download PDF • 344KB


Standing Together Against Hate
.pdf
Download PDF • 395KB

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