Alberta Hate Crimes Committee

The Alberta Hate Crimes Committee (AHCC) was formed in 2002 to support the development of resources, tools and best practices that address hate-motivated crimes in Alberta.

The AHCC website describes the committee as "a unique multi-sectoral collaboration that brings together law enforcement, government, non-profit, community and university stakeholders to strategically address hate and bias crimes and incidents in Alberta." The Alberta Human Rights Commission has been involved with the AHCC since its inception.

Visit the AHCC website http://www.albertahatecrimes.org/ to learn more about the work of the committee.

Updated: October 4, 2017

 

 


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