Faith Calendar 2023
Hate Crime in Tower Hamlets
THIFF works closely with Tower Hamlets Police to monitor reporting statistics for hate crime in the borough.
Reporting a hate crime
Anyone can report hate crime.
In the event of an emergency — such as an incident that is ongoing or has just happened — call the police by dialing 999.
If it is not an emergency, you can report the incident to the police by dialing 101.
When calling the police, it is possible to report an incident anonymously. However, we encourage victims to provide personal details that can aid the investigation.
Any evidence you can provide can help with the investigation. This includes:
- A description of the perpetrator(s);
- Details of any other witnesses to the incident
- A record of all ongoing and previous incidents
- The originals of any hate mails etc. that you have received
- Evidence (e.g. photographs) of property damage, graffiti, etc. When possible, do not clean up damage before reporting the incident.
However, even if you do not have clear evidence, we still en courage you to report any hate crime you experience or witness. For more information, please visit the Council website.
The Inter Faith Network
The Inter Faith Network for the UK (IFN) works to build good relations between people of different faiths and beliefs, promoting mutual respect and understanding. IFN also disseminates advice, support, information and best practice to support interfaith relations across the country. Click here to read more about them.
Here you will find various resources to aid in the teaching of Religious Education, along with the Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education and the details of SACRE (The Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education).
For copyright reasons, some of these resources are password protected.
For access, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the password using your LBTH school email address and explaining your role in the school, e.g. subject leader, class teacher, Headteacher, etc.