Understanding Hate Crime
About this activity
Suitable for KS3.
Hate crime has no place on London's public transport network. We work with the Metropolitan Police Service, British Transport Police and City of London Police to help keep our network safe. Anyone who witnesses or experiences a hate crime should report it to the police.
Every report to TfL staff or the police will be taken seriously. If you experience or witness a hate crime, you can report it by speaking to a member of our staff or contact the police by calling 101 or text 61016. You can also report it online at https://www.report-it.org.uk/
In an emergency, call 999. The impact of hate crime can affect an individual and their community. It can be harmful on a person's physical and mental wellbeing, making them feel unsafe and preventing them from getting out and traveling.
This activity counts towards:
How it helps
- Raises awareness of hate crime
- Highlights the impact of hate crime
- Supports the PSHE Curriculum
- Encourages children to feel safe on the network