Reporting Hate & Discrimination

Victim Services Bruce Grey provides support to victims of hate. This form allows you to report acts of hate as well as choose to identify yourself if you wish to receive support.

The support provided includes:

  • Providing emotional support
  • Providing community resource information related to social services, religious institutions, and community groups.
  • Provide support when a police report is filed (you do not need to file a police report).

To report a hate-motivated act or to request support, please complete the survey below.

Acts of hate may include the following that target a particular person or group based on race, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, family status, genetic characteristics, or ability.

  • Verbal abuse/harassment (including offensive jokes, name calling, targeted insults)
  • Intimidation or bullying (in-person)
  • Physical assault
  • Vandalism, destruction, damage or harm to personal property or belongings
  • Graffiti
  • Online abuse
  • Hoax calls, abusive phone calls or text messages
  • Malicious complaints
  • Displaying or circulating discriminatory posters or literature

An act of hate and discrimination does not need to target an individual. 

An example may include discriminatory messages or symbols painted on buildings or memorials.

Information about the types of incidents, groups being targeted, and where the incidents are taking place will be shared with community partners.

Specific identifying information about individuals or incidents is not shared with the police or anyone else without your express permission unless there is an active safety risk to yourself or others even if you choose to identify yourself to Victim Services to receive targeted supports.


This form is not considered a police report. If you wish to file a police report, please contact your local police agency or attend police headquarters. Please note that as this form is not a police report, it cannot directly lead to formal charges. Depending on the information provided if the victim wishes to provide contact information, they may be encouraged to make a police report if a crime has occurred.

If this is an emergency, please call 911. 

If you require immediate support, please contact CMHA Huron-Perth at 519-271-6819 or by e-mail at or 211 to be connected to community services.

Information collected is submitted to our office, and every effort will be made to respond within three business days (Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm, excluding holidays). If you prefer to leave a voicemail, please call our office at 519-271-9998.

This form is anonymous by default, but if you would like to provide your information to receive tailored supports, please opt in at the end of the form.

If you are a service provide or filling out the form on behalf of someone else, please fill in the demographic data for the person(s) that were targeted.

Contact us using the form below

For example: I was told by the person that experienced the incident, I was an eye-witness, I was told by a third party, I found something that led me to the incident such as a text message, online post, poster, graffiti, etc.
For example: Descriptions, history, the incident, how it made you feel, etc. Anything you would like us to know about the incident.
You do not need to answer the above question. This information helps us to understand who is being targeted in our community.
This question allows us to work collaboratively with others who you have already involved.
For example: Hearing impaired, visually impaired, non-English speaker, etc.

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