Every year, researchers investigate reports from Finland’s national police database to identify suspected hate crimes.
The system facilitates the collection of data on reported hate crime cases in Poland. The initiative also integrates meetings and training sessions that inform officers on various hate crime related topics.
The system compiles information about discriminatory incidents recorded by the Dutch police across the Netherlands.
The network consists of a broad collective of societal actors who work to prevent and tackle discrimination of members of the Jewish community.
The protocol provides guidance for police officers on how to identify and treat hate crime incidents.
The Hate Crimes Monitoring Working Group primarily focuses on hate crime data collection, and related laws and processes.
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.
The Instruction (no. 2/2011) on Hate Crime provides guidelines for the police and prosecutors on how to handle 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.
Community Security Trust, a community-based NGO, and regional UK police forces have agreed to systematically share information on and reports of antisemitic incidents.