This practice is a vocational training programme on counteracting and combating hate crime to teach police officers how to identify and investigate hate crime properly, react adequately and prevent it.
The protocol provides guidance for police officers on how to identify and treat hate crime incidents.
Police, Power, Human Rights – Polizei, Macht, Menschen, Rechte (PMMR) is an organisational development project that aims to embed human rights-based thinking and approaches into the Austrian police.
OSCAD is a multi-agency body formed by the Italian national police and the carabinieri, housed within the Department of Public Security at the Ministry of the Interior that takes a holistic approach to tackling hate crime.
This project aims to provide training to security forces to increase the investigation of hate crime incidents, as well as the recording of hate crimes, and any subsequent prosecution of perpetrators and compensation to victims.
Training is designed to improve the knowledge and capacity of Danish police in the identification and handling of hate crime cases.
This project provides specific training on LGBTI hate crime to all police forces, prosecutors, judges, civil servants at the Ministry of Justice and Internal Affairs, as well as lawyers, as they are part of the same judicial system where each one plays a specific role.
The Antwerp Police Department raises awareness of hate crime among its frontline officers through training. This includes the use of a ‘hate crime checklist’ when reporting hate crimes locally.