Have you been the victim of a hate crime in Orange County, CA? OC Human Relations would like to know.
When you call 714-480-6580 during business hours, you will speak to a live person, not a recording. That person will listen to your case and either refer you to a specialized hate crime victim assistance coordinator or take your contact information and you will receive a call by the next business day by someone who can assist you further. If you call after business hours, please leave a message and you will be contacted the next business day.
Our staff are able to provide oral translation in Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin, Lao, Thai, Hindi, Gujarati and French. If you would like a translator to assist in making your report, please phone 714-480-6580 and leave a message with your name, phone number and the language translation you’d like assistance with.
If you prefer, you may complete the online English-version hate incident/crime report (below). Plus, we also offer Spanish and Simplified Chinese versions of the form.
Why Call and Report?
OC Human Relations is a member of the Orange County Hate Crime Network. This collaborative is home to many organizations that have numerous resources to assist victims of hate crimes. In order to be able to help you, we need to know what happened in your case. Calls are confidential and can be anonymous if you choose. We’re here to be of service to you.
To speak directly to a victim advocate, call OC Human Relations at 714-480-6570 or
CSP Victim Assistance Programs at (949) 975-0244.