Legal Notice

This web page and the domains and directories it includes (hereinafter jointly referred to as the "Portal") fulfil the function of general information and citizen services in the terms established in article 4 of Royal Decree 208/1996, of 9 February, which regulates administrative information services and citizen services.

Within the limits of the aforementioned article 4 of Royal Decree 208/1996 , the contents of the Portal are merely informative in nature, and no binding legal effect can be derived from them.

The total or partial reproduction of the contents of this website is forbidden without citing its origin or requesting authorisation, except on pages where this is expressly stated otherwise.

The information contained in this website comes from public sources. The National Office for Combating Hate Crimes shall not be liable for any damages that may be caused by the use of the information and tools contained on its website. In order to keep the information published on the Portal up to date, its contents may be modified or corrected, removed or added to at any time, and it is therefore recommended to check its validity or accuracy by consulting official sources.

The National Office for Combating Hate Crimes is exclusively responsible for the replies made through the e-mail address corresponding to this Office.

Obligatory nature of the general conditions

These general terms and conditions, which are available on a permanent basis at, shall be binding on any reusing agent by the mere fact of using the documents subject to them.

Authorisation for re-use and non-exclusive transfer of intellectual property rights

These general conditions allow the reuse of the documents subject to them for commercial and non-commercial purposes.

Reuse is understood to be the use of documents held by the bodies of the General State Administration and the other bodies and entities of the state public sector referred to in article 1.2 of Royal Decree 1495/2011, of 24 October, which implements Law 37/2007, of 16 November, on the reuse of state public sector information, by natural or legal persons, for commercial or non-commercial purposes, provided that such use does not constitute a public administrative activity.

Authorised re-use includes, by way of illustration, activities such as copying, disseminating, modifying, adapting, extracting, rearranging and combining information.

The concept of document is that established in section 2 of article 3 of Law 37/2007, of 16 November, on the re-use of public sector information, and therefore includes all information, whatever its material or electronic medium, as well as the form of graphic, sound or image expression used, including, consequently, also data at the most disaggregated or "raw" levels.

This authorisation also entails the free and non-exclusive transfer of the intellectual property rights, where applicable, corresponding to such documents, authorising the reproduction, distribution, public communication or transformation activities necessary to carry out the authorised reuse activity, in any modality and in any format, for the whole world and for the maximum period permitted by Law.

General conditions for re-use

The following general conditions apply to the re-use of the documents subject to them
  • It is forbidden to distort the meaning of the information.
  • The source of the documents subject to re-use must be cited. This citation may be made in the following way: "Origin of data: the National Office for Combating Hate Crimes".
  • The date of the last update of the documents subject to re-use should be mentioned, provided that it was included in the original document.
  • It may not be stated, implied or suggested that the reused National Office on Combating Hate Crimes participates in, sponsors or supports the reuse carried out with it.
  • Metadata on the date of update and applicable conditions for re-use included, where applicable, in the document made available for re-use shall be retained, not altered or deleted.

Exclusion of liability

The use of the datasets shall be carried out by the users or re-use agents at their own risk, and they alone shall be liable to third parties for any damage that may arise from it.

The National Office for Combating Hate Crimes shall not be liable for the use made of its information by the reusing agents, nor for any damage suffered or economic loss that, directly or indirectly, produces or may produce economic, material or data damage, caused by the use of the reused information.

The National Office for the Fight against Hate Crimes does not guarantee the continuity in the availability of the reusable documents, neither in content nor in form, nor does it assume responsibility for any error or omission contained therein.

Responsibility of the reusing agent

The reusing agent is subject to the applicable regulations on the reuse of public sector information, including the sanctioning regime foreseen in article 11 of Law 37/2007, of 16 November, on the reuse of public sector information.