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Stop Hate Crime – References

  • Julie Beadle-Brown et al, ‘Living in Fear: Better Outcomes for People with Learning Disabilities and Autism,’ 2013
  • Criminal Justice Joint Inspectorate, Disability Hate Crime Review, 2015
  • Home Office, ‘An Overview of Hate Crime in England and Wales,’ 2013
  • The Independent, ‘LGBT people are subjected to hate crime ‘on daily basis,’’ 2015
  • Local Government Act 1988, Section 28
  • North Yorkshire County Council, Physical Disabilities, 2011
  • North Yorkshire Police, ‘Hate Crime Problem Profile Refresh,’ 2015
  • Office for National Statistics, ‘Ethnicity and National Identity in England and Wales,’ 2011
  • Office for National Statistics, Census Overview, 2011
  • Police and Crime Commissioner, ‘Refresh of the Police and Crime Plan,’ 2014
  • Police and Crime Commissioner, ‘Police and Crime Plan 2013-2016’
  • Stonewall, ‘The Gay British Crime Survey,’ 2013
  • Stonewall, ‘Protecting Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual People,’ 2013
  • (for statistics on North Yorkshire and York)
  • University of Leicester, ‘The Leicester Hate Crime Project,’ 2014
  • YouGov, ‘1 in 2 young people say they are not 100% heterosexual’
  • YouGov, ‘The average Brit knows 3.1 lesbians,’ 2014
  • York Health and Wellbeing, a Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)