Anti-hate crime campaign from Brighton and Hove buses

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Brighton & Hove Buses is working with Sussex police, Brighton & Hove City Council and community groups to address the issue of hate crimes.  They have launched a new ongoing poster campaign, the posters will go up on all buses from Saturday 13 October which marks the start of National Hate Crime Awareness Week.  The posters encourage people to report incidents, including on social media using #NoHateHere.

Commenting on the campaign, Brighton & Hove Buses’ Managing Director, Martin Harris said “every passenger deserves to feel safe and respected on every journey. Each incident that’s reported on our buses will be taken seriously and investigated thoroughly. The perpetrators will not get away with it.”

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