My policy proposal #5 for the Labour Party 2015 Manifesto - launch a hate crime register
Summary: Recommendation that Labour supports the creation of a Hate Crime Register identifying persons convicted of committing hate crimes
Proposal: Labour should support the creation of a new Hate Crime Register. Its purpose would be akin to the sex offenders register. The latter provides a list of persons identified as sex offenders where appearing on this register renders them ineligible for certain occupations, such as working with children in schools.
A Hate Crime Register would fulfill a similar aim. It would identify persons convicted of hate crimes with the purpose of rendering them ineligible for similar, if not the same, types of employment and other opportunities.
One aim is to help make communities safer. A further aim is to communicate a stronger deterrent.
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