How to Report a Hate Incident
The New Albany Municipal Code defines a hate incident as including verbal or physical abuse directed at individuals or groups because of their race, sex, color, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, veteran status or housing status. If you are a victim of a hate incident, or witness one, we encourage you to report it. Doing so can help you get the support you need. You may make a report by doing one or more of the following:
--If you believe a crime has occurred, call 911 as soon as you can so that law enforcement may take appropriate action.
--Contact the New Albany Human Rights Commission by e-mailing
. The NAHRC accepts anonymous reports. The NAHRC staff will listen to your description of the incident, will try to make appropriate referrals, will help you file a police report if that is your wish and will include a description of the incident in its annual hate incidents report. (No names are included in the annual report.)
--Fill out and submit the form below.
Date, time and location of incident:
Description of individuals who you feel committed a hate incident:
Description of incident (include as many details as you can remember):
Name of any witnesses:
Have you taken any other action? (Reported to police, discussed it on social media, etc.)
Do you want the NAHRC to contact you?
Do you want the police to contact you?
Anything else you think the NAHRC needs to know?
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