Keeping up appearances? How changes to one police force’s hate crime policy will protect people victimised for looking ‘different’

Keeping up appearances? How changes to one police force’s hate crime policy will protect people victimised for looking ‘different’

  A change to a crime recording policy within one regional police force does not tend to generate huge levels of news coverage.  However, in the week that Greater Manchester Police announced that they would be recording attacks against members of alternative subcultures as hate crimes, this change in policy became the subject of extensive…

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