Daisy Inclusive UK are one of the first charities to become a third party reporting centre for disabled people who are the victims of anti-social behaviour and disability hate crime, from point of contact to support through the judicial system. Our Disability Hate Crime Officer Paul will support victims from point of contact, establishing an individualised action plan and build a support package around them ensuring that they receive the best help. Paul will do this role alongside Phil ensuring that we can help as many people as possible.
It is good to have Paul back with us, as he has already worked for Daisy Inclusive UK as the Disability Hate Crime Officer. This means that Paul has a lot of experience of working with victims and understands how best to support them. Working in partnership with and taking referrals from partner organisations including Merseyside Police, The Anthony Walker foundation, Stop Hate UK, and via self-referrals directly into the service, the service we provide has steadily grown and has become a vital service supporting victims of disability hate crime across Merseyside.