The Ministry of the Interior will create specific groups against hate crimes within the General Information Commissary and the provincial information brigades of the National Police, as well as in the Information Office of the Civil Guard and in peripheral units.

This is one of the measures approved in the Monitoring Commission of the Action Plan to Combat Hate Crimes, which met this Friday under the presidency of the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, and in which the lines of action of the plan that will be in force during the 2022-2024 triennium have been analyzed.

This new plan will establish eight lines of action priority and will introduce new complementary measures to the first plan approved in March 2019, in force until 2021, which provided instruments to the State security forces and bodies in the face of hate crimes and incidents, with a constant growth of around 9% per year since 2014.

The assistance and support to victims It will constitute the central axis of the second action plan, with measures that will be specified in the coming weeks.

The coordination mechanisms between the State security forces and bodies with the regional and local police forces and there will be an impact on crime prevention through the development of risk assessment tools, a procedure that is already applied in the VioGén system of Comprehensive Follow-up in cases of Gender Violence.

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