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Reporting a Hate Crime

A hate crime is any criminal offence which is perceived by the victim or any other person to be motivated by hostility or prejudice based on a person's actual or presumed disability, race, religion, belief, sexual orientation or gender. 

 

Hate crimes can be reported directly to the police it someone people may not be comfortable doing this themselves, this is where 3rd Party Reporting comes in. A wide selection of Union staff are trained to take the details of the incident you have experienced or witnesses and report this to the police on your behalf, anonymously if you wish.  Our staff can also help you access support to deal with your experience. 

 

If you would like to speak to someone about something that has happened to you or you have witnessed the following staff have been trained as 3rd Party Reporters:

 

Vice President Diversity - Raj Jeyaraj

Amanda Brown - Community Engagement Coordinator

Audrey Murray - PA to the Executive

Eva Dolgyra - Graphic Designer

Holly Shaw - Student Adviser (Academic)

Katharine Blanks - Student Advisor (Support and Wellbeing)  [Currently on Maternity Leave]

Lisa Brennan - Activities Events Administrator

Nicola Summers - Senior Student Adviser

Susan Miller - Student Activities Administrator [Term time only]


 
 
 
 
 
 

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