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LEARNING FROM HATE CRIME SERIOUS CASE REVIEWS

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BRISTOL HATE CRIME & DISCRIMINATION SERVICES (BHC&DS)

PROVIDER FORUM

‘HATE RELATED MURDERS/ SERIOUS CASE REVIEWS

HOW CAN WE LEARN FROM THEM? HOW CAN WE STOP THEM?'

TUESDAY 10TH APRIL 2018, 1.30 – 4.30

AT THE UNITARIAN MEETING HALL, BRUNSWICK SQUARE

Come and hear from Bristol’s local Safeguarding Board, and other key representatives who oversee Serious Case Reviews about people who have tragically lost their lives due to hate crime or partly due to hate crime. Hear about the common themes and learning. Understand some of the preventative strategies that can help you look at how your practice can help keep vulnerable people safe. Bristol Hate Crime & Discrimination Services partners will also share their own experiences and knowledge about critical incidents and hate motivated murders. You will also get to hear a summary of the findings from the Bijan Ebrahimi Safer Bristol and IPCC Investigations.

Bristol Hate Crime & Discrimination Services is running quarterly Provider Forums for agencies, community groups and interested local professionals interested in learning more about our services and about important topics and up to date information relating to Hate Crime and the communities most affected by Hate Crime. At our Forums you will be able to:


Learn about an important subject or needs of a specific community in relation to Hate Crime (future themes will identified at Provider Forums by attendees)
Gain good practice tips regarding the chosen theme
Hear from relevant specialists, experts or people with ‘lived experience’ about the issue
Get answers to your questions on the issue
Network with other interested agencies/ people
Be updated on BHC&DS services and work
Tell BHC&DS how we can improve our services and work.

Some of you will have attended our launch on 30th November 2017 and previous Provider Forums – so you’ll know how exciting and informative our events are. We hope that future Provider Forums will end up being a network of people who regularly come together to learn about and shape local response to hate crime as well as seeing new members join as we go along. Each Forum meeting will be written up and presentations from them will be shared with members.