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Contact your local Partnership Team with regards to any hate crime you may have been subjected to. If you feel you cannot contact us at GMP, below is a list of alternative Partnership Teams in your area.

  • 4ct Limited
    The Grange Community Resource Centre,
    Pilgrim Drive, Beswick
    M11 3TQ
    0161 230 1420
    Opening hours:
    Monday to Friday 9am – 4pm
    4CT is a multi-purpose community organisation and charitable company delivering services across the city and involving residents and volunteers in creating a better Manchester. 4CT manages the Grange Community Resource Centre and the Sporting Edge Sport and Youth Centre in Openshaw. The Grange is the office base for the following services: Manchester Adult Education Services for all adult learners, Community Accountancy Services for VCS groups, Twinkle Star Nursery for children under 3 years, Manchester Credit Union for people at risk of financial exclusion and the Get Experienced Project for local people who wish to become volunteers.
  • Afflecks Palace
    1st Floor Office, Afflecks,
    52 Church Street, Manchester
    M4 1PW
    0161 839 0718
    Opening hours:
    Monday to Saturday 11am - 5pm.
    Afflecks is a shopping emporium in the centre of Manchester that provides a safe shopping environment for all and is particularly popular with alternative sub-culture. Afflecks have an anti-abusive behaviour policy and trained staff that can offer support and advice. Afflecks will promote the message that there is no place for hate crime in Manchester.
  • Al-Hilal Community Project
    425 Cheetham Hill Road
    Cheetham Hill, Manchester
    M8 0PF
    0161 205 6663,
    Opening hours:
    Monday to Thursday 4-7pm and Friday 2-7pm
    Al-Hilal believes in informing, motivating and empowering individuals and groups in the local community by offering opportunities in social, cultural, recreational and educational activities. Al Hilal works with people of all ages and backgrounds and strives to serve the needs of the local community.
  • Breakthrough UK
    Kevin Hyett Suite, Abraham Moss Centre
    Crescent Road, Cumpsall, Manchester
    M8 5UF
    0161 234 3950
    Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 9-5pm
    Breakthrough UK is a Manchester based disabled people’s organisation who use the Social Model of Disability to promote the rights and respect of disabled people particularly around social inclusion through employment and independent living. Breakthrough UK work with disabled people, employers and policy makers to bring about a society where disabled people are fully included across all areas of life. The current services and projects include Employment and skills support, Peer support and independent living workshops, Training and consultancy, Personal budget and payroll solutions and Policy influence work.
  • Butterflies Trans* Support Community Drop - In
    5 Richmond Street
    M1 3HF

    Opening hours:
    Every other Wednesday 2-7pm
    'Butterflies' was initially set up to offer bi-weekly a safe and supportive drop-in space for members of the trans* community. The remit of the group has extended to offer facilities to all those questioning their gender variance, family members, friends and supporters. This also includes a wide variety of support agencies; GMP Manchester City Partnership Team, Manchester City Council, MIND, NHS HealthWatch, MACC Mosscare Housing. Butterflies offer these agencies; training, advice and space to engage with community members and also offer members the opportunity to; engage with these agencies, plan and execute activities at 'Butterflies', take part in a wide variety of group activities including employability skills, reading and writing workshops, craft and art therapy, planning community events and Third Party Crime Report training.
  • Command Prayer Centre Ministries Int.
    1st Floor, Richmond House, 11 Richmond Grove
    Ardwick, Manchester
    M13 0LN
    0161 273 3977 / 07940 846665
    CPCMI is a church that is passionate about developing and supporting local community initiatives aimed at achieving community cohesion and good citizenship. Our services can be accessed by people of faith and none that includes: Youth Club: Romance Academy (www.romanceacademy.org). Ardwick & Longsight Foodbank: We run a foodbank to assist the needy and vulnerable people in our community. We currently open on Mondays and Thursdays. Mega Fitness: This is a local community gym that helps participants to keep fit. Resources & Community Centre: is open to groups and organisations to use for meetings, community events, activities, training and workshops. iProgress Job Club: The iProgress programme aims to provide opportunities for improving BME peoples’ career prospects and aid their return back into work.
  • Community Security Trust (Protecting Jewish Community)
    PO Box 245
    M7 2WY
    0800 980 0668 or 0161 792 6666
    Opening hours: 24 hours.
    CST provides physical security, training and advice for the protection of British Jews. CST assists victims of anti-semitism and monitors anti-semitic activities and incidents. CST represents British Jewry to Police, Government and media on anti-semitism and security. If you are the victim, or have information about an anti-semitic incident please contact CST as soon as possible.
  • Eastland Homes
    Victoria Street
    M11 2NX
    0161 274 2390
    Opening hours:
    Monday to Friday 8.45am to 4.30pm.
    Eastlands Homes' vision is 'Creating a better future for you and your children in safe and successful neighbourhoods' and are passionate about working closely with communities to deliver this. Eastlands own and manage nearly 8,000 homes across east and south east Manchester covering Clayton, Beswick, Openshaw, Gorton, Ardwick, Rusholme, Longsight and Levenshulme and have invested over £160 million in improvements since 2003, this will rise to £180 million by 2014. Eastlands teams work from four local offices spread across the area delivering a range of services including customer services, housing and allocations, anti-social behaviour management, neighbourhood wardens, tenancy support, rent collection, financial inclusion, debt advice, repairs and maintenance, estate services and customer involvement. Promoting tolerance and equality is one of our key objectives and Eastlands aim to contribute towards strong, cohesive communities by valuing diversity and developing initiatives to support customers. Eastlands were recently awarded the 2013 Pride of Manchester Award for its Literacy Beacons project, supporting residents to read and write.
  • Europia
    Ada House, 2nd Floor
    77 Thompson Street, Manchester
    M4 5FY
    0161 833 8823
    Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 7pm ( There isn't a staff member present all these times, but we can get back to the message within 24hrs)
    Europia's mission to provide information and practical support to European migrants at risk of abuse, exploitation and discrimination in Greater Manchester in order to identify and address the root causes of poverty, injustice and social exclusion. Europia is a Community Development organisation working exclusively for the benefit of East and Central European Migrants (Polish, Czech, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Estonia, Slovakia, Latvia Lithuania and Slovenia). They provide Language support, training, advice, community events and family and children support.
  • Guinness Northern Counties
    India House
    1-3 McGinty Place, Manchester
    M1 6BA
    0845 605 9000
    Opening Hours:
    GNC operate via a scheduled appointment system. Please contact them to arrange an appointment to attend.
    Guinness Northern Counties covers the north of England, employing over 600 people in 14 regional offices, with a corporate centre in Oldham, Greater Manchester. They provide a wide range of services including care and support, neighbourhood investment, housing management and rental or ownership opportunities to over 26,000 homes. Guinness Northern Counties are proud of the work they do, and see it as their job to provide good quality homes and services that will help their customers achieve their goals, ambitions and aspirations. Guinness Northern Counties are continually working to build neighbourhoods where people will want to live both now and in the future.
  • LGBT Foundation
    5 Richmond Street
    M1 3HF
    0845 3 30 30 30
    Opening Hours: 10am - 10pm daily
    The LGBT Foundation is a vibrant charity with a wide portfolio of well-established services and a rapidly developing range of new initiatives aimed at meeting the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans* people. The LGBT Foundation is a registered charity (No. 1070904) and a company limited by guarantee (No.3476576). The charity is governed by a Board of Trustees from a variety of backgrounds and with a wide variety of skills and qualifications. The Trustees are supported by the Chief Executive and four Directors responsible for Services, Finance, Income Generation and Organisational Development. The LGBT Foundation's staff team, currently equivalent to 35 full-time staff, deliver a wide range of services, many of which are supported by over 200 volunteers. Volunteers give their own time and skills to further the work of the LGBT Foundation and the communities we serve. As a result, the LGBT Foundation provide more direct services and resources for more lesbian, gay, bisexual and Trans people than any other charity of our kind in the UK.
  • Manchester Jewish Museum
    190 Cheetham Hill Road
    M8 8LW

    Opening times: Sunday - Thursday 10am -4pm and Friday 10am - 1pm
    Manchester Jewish Museum is for Jewish and non-Jewish people and increase understanding of the Jewish faith, culture and heritage. The museum tells the diverse story of Manchester’s social history and explores and celebrates the heritage and culture of Manchester’s Jewish community.
  • Manchester Learning Disability Partnership
    Crescent Bank, Humphrey Street
    Crumpsall, Manchester
    M8 9JS
    0161 861 2958
    Opening hours: Daytime
    Manchester Learning Disability Partnership (MLDP) provides health and social care services to help people attain a good quality of life. It is a partnership between the Manchester City Council's Adult Social Care Department and the NHS. MLDP work with each person together with their families, carers and friends to encourage health, well-being and independence and give support to help people live full and happy lives as members of their community.
  • Manchester People First
    3 Broughton Street
    Cheetham Hill, Manchester
    M8 8RF
    0161 839 3700
    Opening hours:
    Monday to Friday 9am - 3.30pm
    Manchester People First are a small Self Advocacy charity run by and for learning disabled people in Manchester. They provide information in a way people understand and hold information days, workshops and training to give learning disabled people the tools to be able to make decisions and choices in their lives. Manchester People First also offer social activities and drop in's for people to come to and have fun, get information and relax in a safe and friendly environment.
  • Mosscare Manchester East New Roundhouse
    1328–1330 Ashton Old Road
    M11 1JG
    0161 371 6570
    Opening hours:
    Monday, Wednesday, Friday 830am - 1230pm, Tuesday & Thursday 130pm - 430pm
    The Mosscare Housing Group is made up of Mosscare Housing, Mossbank Homes, Mosscare Developments and Carrbrook Housing Cooperative. Mosscare Housing formed in 1967 to respond to the need for good quality affordable homes and the need to build and maintain a vibrant, sustainable community. They are charitable and not for profit, formed to benefit the community and provide high quality affordable social housing. Mosscare own and manage nearly 5,000 properties in Manchester, Stockport, Tameside and Trafford. They house families, couples and single people and have sheltered housing schemes for older people and specialist accommodation for people with additional support needs.
  • Neesa Women's Project
    Woodville Resource Centre
    1 Shirley Road, Cheetham Hill
    M8 7NE
    0161 740 2995
    Email: neesa01@tiscali.co.uk
    Neesa Women’s Project provides health and wellbeing for Asian women. They run stay and play twice a week, a drop in, a library service, an elderly luncheon club and a mental health group work. Neesa do home visits and have leisure services such as coffee morning once a month. They have English classes, a carers service and a new service for women over 60 healthy living funded by Comic Relief.
  • Revive
    187 Grey Mare Lane
    M11 3ND
    0161 223 5668
    Opening hours:
    Tuesday to Thursday 9am – 5 pm
    Revive (est.2002) is a project of the Spiritans (Holy Ghost fathers) working in partnership with Caritas Diocese of Salford to provide practical support, advice, accompaniment, and advocacy to refugees and persons seeking asylum. Their mission statement is: To accompany and support refugees and people seeking asylum on a long term basis living in, Manchester, Salford and adjacent areas without regard to their race, ethnicity, age, gender, religious belief or disability.
  • Wai Yin Society
    66-68 Swan Street
    M4 5JU
    0161 833 0377
    Opening hours:
    Monday - Friday 9.30am to 5.30pm
    Wai Yin is dedicated to providing quality services to socially excluded and disadvantaged communities in the North West of England. They aim to enhance the well-being of our service-users in terms of social, cultural, educational, health and career development. Their beneficiary groups include communities of interest and communities of place.
  • Your Tung Sing
    Victoria House
    119 Princess Street
    M1 7AG
    0161 234 0260
    Opening hours: Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm
    Your Tung Sing is a Greater Manchester based BME Housing Association and have around 650 homes in the Manchester and surrounding areas. Tung Sing was founded in the Manchester area to redress the disadvantages of the Chinese community in obtaining good quality housing at affordable rent levels. The Association was supported by Manchester City Council and the Commission for Racial Equality. Your Tung Sing were registered with the Housing Corporation and obtained development funding to build a block of flats in Manchester's Chinatown (Faulkner Court). It was the first social housing scheme in the city centre of Manchester. Since the early 1990's, the association has provided all the services in-house, with the exception of the development service which was provided by a number of mainstream housing association partners

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Chief Superintendent Wasim Chaudhry

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It's a great honour for me to be the Divisional Commander for North Manchester. The area is such a diverse, vibrant part of Greater Manchester; internationally renowned for its warm people, ambition and enterprise. My whole team are committed to providing the people of Manchester with a professional service, being visible and approachable. Our focus remains keeping the community safe by tackling crime and antisocial behaviour, supporting victims and safeguarding vulnerable people. We will do ou...(more)

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