Lambeth Disability Hate Crime Partnership

Lambeth Disability Hate Crime Partnership


DASL is working with We are 336, other local disability and mental health groups, Victim Support, Lambeth Council and the Metropolitan Police to raise awareness of hate crime against disabled people and improve the support available to people who experience it.

You can download a resource list about the organisations involved in our partnership and the support they can provide to disabled people here Lambeth_Disability_Hate_Crime_support_services_list_June_2018.pdf

About Lambeth Disability Hate Crime Partnership

The Disability Hate Crime Partnership was set up in October 2014. It has helped to develop We are 336, Lambeth’s Disability Hub, as the borough’s hate crime reporting centre for Disabled people. Here you can receive advice, information, support and advocacy if you wish to report an incident or crime to the police.

To find out more about the Lambeth Disability Hate Crime Partnership, please contact

The current member organisations of the Lambeth Disability Hate Crime Partnership are:
- Disability Advice Service Lambeth (Chair)
- Victim Support
- Lambeth and Southwark Mencap
- Lambeth Learning Disability Assembly
- Lambeth Pan-Disability Forum
- Age UK Lambeth
- Lambeth Accord
- Healthwatch Lambeth
- Lambeth Autism Group
- Certitude (Solidarity in a Crisis Peer support service)
- Mosaic Clubhouse
- Lambeth and Southwark MIND
- Action on Elder Abuse
- Gaia Centre
- 17-24-30
- Lambeth Council (Community Safety, Housing and Adult Social Services representatives)
- Metropolitan Police Service (including the Community Safety Team and the Lambeth Safer Transport Team)

We are working to raise awareness of disability hate crime, involve more agencies in our work, spread information about how people can report hate crime and seek funding for our projects.

Lambeth Disability Hate Crime Policy Forum June 2018

In June 2018 the Partnership brought together professionals from Lambeth Council, the Metropolitan Police, the Home Office, the Mayor of London’s Office for Policing and Crime, Disabled People’s Organisations and the Lambeth voluntary sector to explore the issues, identify solutions and make recommendations for how agencies could work together to raise awareness of hate crime and build better support for Disabled people who experience it.

You can download the report on the Forum here Lambeth_DHCP_Policy_Forum_report_June_2018.pdf


Disability Hate Crime Event October 2018

The Partnership has held five very successful events to mark Hate Crime Awareness Week in October

90 Disabled people and professionals from a wide range of services and agencies attended our latest event on 17th October 2018 at We are 336. We had presentations, a panel of speakers answering questions from the audience, workshop groups and information stalls.

You can read an illustrated report on the event here on 17th October 2018 is available here

Here are some photos of the event in full swing: