The aim is to involve more agencies in our work, spread information about how people can report hate crime and seek funding for our projects. The partnership works alongside Disabled people to prevent hate crime in the community.
The partnership is facilitated by dasl and members include the Metropolitan Police Service, Lambeth Council and a number of Lambeth-based community and voluntary organisations, including Age UK Lambeth, Breaking out the Bubble, Healthwatch Lambeth, Inclusion London, Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly, Lambeth and Southwark Mind, Royal Association for Deaf People, We Are 336 and Why Me?.
We are 336 Reporting Centre
We are 336 is Lambeth’s fully accessible Disability Hub, home to a number of key services for Disabled people. We also have links with many other important organisations and services around Lambeth and beyond.
In 2016 we launched a Hate Crime Reporting Centre at We are 336. This means that Disabled people and others concerned for their safety and welfare can visit or contact We are 336 and receive advice, advocacy and support from agencies working together closely on their behalf.
You can report a hate crime whether you have been a victim, a witness, or on behalf of someone else.
If you are in danger, always ring the police on 999.
If you are deaf or without speech, you can contact 999 by SMS text. Your phone needs to be registered to access this service; to register, text ‘Register’ to 999. When you get a reply, follow the instructions. You can also visit www.emergencysms.org.uk for more information.
If you have experienced an incident but are not in immediate danger, you can ring the police on 101.
If you are unsure about ringing the police, ask someone you trust to help you.
You can report a hate crime to Lambeth Council using the online reporting form here. You can ring the Council’s Community Safety Team on 020 7926 5000 (Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm).
Report an incident or crime online, using TrueVision, which goes to your local Police Force. For Lambeth, choose Metropolitan Police (London) www.report-it.org.uk/your_police_force