About the course: To better facilitate improvements in dealing with reporting racial incidents Marshall’s has developed a Reporting a Racial Incident course to support staff with handling racial incident reporting by students. This course provides definitions of what constitutes a racial incident including the more serious offence of a hate crime. It will equip staff to confidently handle reporting by students or witnesses to a racial incident in a supportive and professional way.
Who is it for? This course is ideal for Everyone!
How can you report instances of harassment, bullying, hate incidents, or hate crime?
You can find out more about harassment, bullying, and victimisation and make a report directly to the University of Nottingham here.
The University of Nottingham has a network of Dignity Advisers who are available to provide impartial and confidential advice to support staff and students who have issues/concerns regarding harassment, bullying or victimisation. Find out more from here.
Students can contact the University of Nottingham Students' Union's Advice team here- the SU Advice Centre is a recognized Hate Crime reporting centre.
Students can use the 'MyNottingham' app – the Wellbeing tile also has information on inappropriate behaviour.
You can also report hate crime and online hate materials to the police here.
You can find some further information on hate crime from Nottinghamshire Police by clicking here.