1. Hate Crime Pre - Campaign Survey
Changing Faces is launching a new hate crime awareness campaign, funded by the Home Office. Our work in the community tells us that it's a real issue for people who look 'different'.
Whether you know about what a hate crime is or not, it would still be great to get your feedback. We realise that there isn't a lot of clarity around what a 'hate crime' means, but if you're unsure you can still take part in the survey and with this campaign we hope to make things clearer and easier to identify.
The aim of the campaign will be to educate the community on what constitutes a hate crime, how to identify and report it, and raising awareness within the authorities, the police and the general public.
Before we launch the campaign we'd like to gain a greater understanding of what is known, if people know how to report it and how Changing Faces could work with the authorities to reduce incidences of hate crime.
This survey will take 5-10 minutes and we will be closing the survey at the end of January. If you would like any help on filling out the survey then please get in touch with Phyllida Swift on firstname.lastname@example.org
This survey is anonymous, but if you would like us to get in touch then please leave your email in the last question.
Thank you so much for taking the time to help us.
1. What age were you on your last birthday?
3. What is your ethnic group?
4. What is your religion?
5. Whereabouts in the UK are you from?
6. Do you, or a family member have a mark, scar or condition that affects your appearance?
7. Under UK law, a hate crime is an offence that is motivated by a dislike towards certain characteristics a person has, or is thought to have. Which of the following characteristics do you believe to be currently included in the definition of hate crime?
8. Do you agree or disagree that the following offences could be a hate crime if motivated by a dislike of characteristics a victim has, or is thought to have?
9. To what extent do you agree or disagree that you are confident in knowing how to report a hate crime that happened to you or someone else?
10. What are the different ways to report a hate crime?
11. If you experienced an offence based on the way you look, how confident would you be that the police would deal with your case:
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12. How confident would you be that the wider criminal justice system would deal with your case:
13. If one of the following incidents happened to you because of your appearance, how likely would you be to report it?
14. Would you like to leave your email to share more of your story or if you'd like to get more involved in the campaign and/or the work of Changing Faces?