STRATHCLYDE Police has launched a new campaign to tackle hate crime.
The Don’t Hate Me campaign aims to increase awareness of the issue of hate crime with the general public to make sure the different ways of reporting hate crime are communicated.
The campaign is aimed at a general audience to ensure the message is widely seen.
Using the transport network the message is being displayed on buses, on the underground and within bars and clubs.
Adverts have been taken in a number of publications which have been distributed across the Strathclyde area.
The campaign has also been widely distributed via partner agencies including Victim Support, faith groups and the health sector.