Any form of hate crime is not okay. 

Hate crime is when a person demonstrates hostility to someone on the basis of disability, race, religion, sexual orientation or transgender identity. 


Think 

  • Are you in immediate danger? If you are in immediate danger or seriously injured, you can contact the emergency services on 999 (or 112 from a mobile phone).
  • Find a safe space.  If an incident has just happened try and find somewhere you feel safe. 
  • Do you think you have experienced hate crime? It might be useful to think about what is meant by hate crime and how these behaviours are described in order to decide what to do next.  

Report 

  • Report and Support. Students and staff are encouraged to report an incident using the University‚Äôs Report and Support system. You can choose to do this anonymously, which will allow us to investigate if there are multiple instances in one area, or you can report with contact details so the University can take necessary action, in confidence. 
  • University Procedure. If you choose to make a formal complaint to the University about a student or member of staff, there are procedures that set out the steps you will need to follow such as the University staff and student Dignity and Respect Policy and staff Bullying and Harassment Policy
Get Support 
  • Find out what support is available if you think you have experienced a hate crime.
 
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