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10 arrested across East End in hate crime raids

PUBLISHED: 13:00 27 May 2010 | UPDATED: 16:05 05 October 2010

COPS arrested 10 people in a series of raids to crack down on hate crime across the East End. Officers from Tower Hamlets police s community safety unit took part in a series of cross London raids as part of Operation Athena last Tuesday. The officers str

COPS arrested 10 people in a series of raids to crack down on hate crime across the East End.

Officers from Tower Hamlets police's community safety unit took part in a series of cross London raids as part of Operation Athena last Tuesday.

The officers struck the homes of people wanted for domestic violence, racially aggravated assault and homophobic crime throughout the day from 7am and arrested a total of 10 people.

A 21yr old man from Bow has charged for a domestic assault and appeared in custody at the Special Domestic Violence Court at Thames Magistrates last Thursday. He has been bailed to attend court at a later date.

Four other men were cautioned for public order offences and the other five, who were arrested for a mixture of domestic abuse and racist attacks, were released on police bail pending further enquiries.

Police are urging anyone who is a victim of hate crime is urged to report it by calling 0300 123 1212 or to dial 999 in an emergency.

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