According to official statistics, the number of crimes committed in Poland with reference to race, nationality or ethnicity is small. However, some of these acts may not be reported to law enforcement, or not recorded in statistics for other reasons. Therefore, this report from the field research focused on the attitudes, experiences and opinion of racist crime victims to learn their motivations in reporting (or not reporting) the crimes to law enforcement. It sought to discover what other institutions, if any, the victims reported these crimes to, whether these provided assistance and the nature of relevant contacts with police.