If you are involved in an antisemitic incident, please report it to the police and then to the Community Security Trust (CST). You may also want to report it to Birmingham City Council.

When you report antisemitic behaviour, it is helpful if you can explain:

  • what is being done
  • who is doing it
  • when it happened (dates and times)
  • how often it has happened

1. In an Emergency

  • Call 999 and ask for the police.
    – Speak calmly and give clear details of the incident.
    – Always keep a record of the incident log number – they can send you an sms or email – and pass it on to CST.
  • After speaking to the police, call the CST National Emergency Number 0800 032 3263.

2. In a non-emergency

  • Please report to the police online at west-midlands.police.uk or via report-it.org.uk or call 101
    – Always keep a record of the incident log number – they can send you an sms or email – and pass it on to CST.
  • Report to Birmingham CST by calling 07973 619 613
  • Report to CST online at cst.org.uk/report-incident¬†or call the Northern Regional Office 0161 792 6666
  • If the incident involves graffiti or damage to property, you may choose to inform Birmingham City Council by completing their online form report antisocial behaviour or calling 0121 464 4700, option 5

At Birmingham Central, we care about the whole Jewish community. If you need any help in reporting an incident, please call in to the shul office. If you want support following an incident, please get in touch with the Rabbi or another pastoral care team member.