Most EU Member States have crime laws, as well as policies and guidance in place to respond to racist crime, but they are not enforced because of the deeply rooted institutional racism within law enforcement authorities. […] The mishandling of racially motivated crimes by the authorities, and in particular the police, begins with the recording of racist crimes. Evidence suggests that police do not take racist crime reports seriously or that they do not believe victims of such crimes.
The survey gives comparative results from 24 countries, the Greek part of the survey was held by HumanRights360.
Read the report here