The most recent figures available show that from January to October this year, 618 hate crimes had already been reported in the borough - a 54% increase from the 402 incidents reported in the whole of 2012.
Hates crimes are divided into four categories: disabled hate crimes, LGBT hate crimes, race hate crimes and religious hate crimes.
The most common type of hate crimes reported was overwhelmingly race hate crimes.
A chilling 475 race hate crimes were reported in Brent from January to October 2017, which shows a 39% increase from the 342 five years ago.
Religious hate crimes also spiked, with 82 incidents reported from January to October this year compared with the 23 in 2012.
Hates crimes against the LGBT community have risen from 32 in 2012 to 52 from January to October 2017.
While hate crimes against the disabled were the type of hate crime least committed, although there has still been an increase.
In 2012 there were five hate crimes against disabled people in the borough, which has risen to nine in 2017.
The Met has been contacted for comment.
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