Monthly Archives: November 2019

Hate Crime Report 2018-2019

This is the eleventh Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) hate crime report, and brings together information on CPS performance in prosecuting racist and religious hate crime, homophobic and transphobic crime, crimes against the older person and disability hate crime. Underlying data contained in this report can be found in the data section of the CPS website (www.cps.gov.uk)

Hate Crime Report 2018-2019

Combating Loneliness; A Guide for Local Authorities

The Local Government Association (LGA), in partnership with the Campaign to End Loneliness and Age UK, have produced Combating Loneliness; A Guide for Local Authorities.

Over 9 million people in the UK across all adult ages – more than the population of London – are either always or often lonely. Half a million older people go at least five or six days a week without seeing or speaking to anyone at all.

If you know someone is lonely or socially isolated, they may be vulnerable, or open to forms of abuse, such as mate crime. There is help and resources available to them. The HSAB campaign for 2019 addresses loneliness and social isolation. For more information visit Connect to Support Hampshire or to report a concern, please contact Hampshire Adults Health & Care on 0300 555 1386.

Click on the links below to view and/or download the posters for the 2019 Loneliness and Social Isolation Campaign:

Loneliness infographic pictureLoneliness Poster 1 PictureLoneliness Poster 2 Picture