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VICTIMS

What should I do if I am the victim of a hate crime or incident?

If you think you have been the victim of a hate incident or crime, it is important that you report it to the appropriate authorities. If you wish, you may do so anonymously. Do not hesitate to ask for support, especially from the CPRLV.

Call 9-1-1.
– Contact your local police station.
– Report the incident anonymously to Info-Crime Montréal (514 393 1133).
Call a crime victim’s assistance centre (CAVAC) (1 866 532-2822).
– Contact the CPRLV by phone or by completing an e-form.

– Contact the CPRLV by phone or by completing an e-form.
– Contact Québec’s Commission des droits de la personne et des droits de la jeunesse (1 800 361 6477).

 

Where can I get support if I have been the victim of a hate crime or incident?

Whether you are the victim of either a hate crime or a hate incident, you can count on the confidential support of CPRLV specialists. When you contact the CPRLV :

  • you will be able to talk to a specially-trained worker and receive support tailored to your specific needs ;
  • you will be able to consult a qualified professional able to assist you or to direct you to specialized services ;
  • you will be provided with relevant, complete information, especially concerning legal, social and community issues ;
  • you will receive ongoing personalized, discreet support for any steps you may need to take.
  • 1 March 2021
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Zero Discrimination Day

On this Zero Discrimination Day, let us emphasize the importance of reporting hate incidents or crimes to contribute to a violence-free living environment. Are you a witness to a criminal or non-criminal act motivated by prejudice or hatred towards an individual or group based on factors such as race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, […]
  • 26 February 2021
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Don’t miss this Webinar!

How can we engage in dialogue with a person who adheres to conspiracy theories? Some answers will be provided at our webinar on March 4. After attending this webinar, you will be able to: Better understand the appeal of conspiracy theories for certain audiences and the needs that are being met by this type of […]
  • 24 February 2021
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The voice of prevention actors

What would be your role as an actor in the prevention of violent radicalization and hate-motivated acts? Here are some of the responses from participants in our webinars : Contributing to popular education, the sharing of information and knowledge to enable people to make better decisions. Ensuring the protection of our democratic society Raising awareness […]