Police, politicians and education leaders have all warned of a zero-tolerance approach to hate crimes in Norfolk following the EU referendum result.
Nationally, there has been a rise in the number of incidents reported. In Cambridgeshire, racist leaflets have been posted through letterboxes and left on car windscreens.
It is thought the spike in reports is linked the the result of last month's vote when Britain decided to leave the European Union.
Police in Norfolk say they have only had "a small number of reports" but civic leaders in Norfolk hope to ward off unwelcome behaviour with these warnings:
Norfolk's Police and Crime Commissioner Lorne Green, Norwich City Council leader Alan Waters and the Union of UEA Students also voiced their concerns.