You have chosen to report with personal details. This means that someone from Sheffield Hallam University can respond and, if required, work with you to seek a resolution, and take appropriate action. Go to our support page to find out more about these options.

This report will remain confidential and the information contained in it will only be passed on to relevant and specifically trained staff members on a strictly need-to-know basis. We will not disclose any personal or identifiable information to others unless we believe there is a genuine threat to a person's safety.

There may be situations where we need to take action despite your wishes; we will always seek your co-operation with this and try to minimise the impact on you, but if we believe there is a risk to you, or to another person/ people, we will take reasonable action to manage the risk and protect the relevant parties.  If you would prefer not to give your details you can fill in the anonymous form and seek support here.

If you select an option then this will be recorded at Sheffield Hallam University as a hate incident.

The 9 characteristics that are protected by the Equality Act 2010 are:

  • age
  • disability
  • gender reassignment
  • marriage or civil partnership (in employment only)
  • pregnancy and maternity
  • sexual orientation
  • race/ ethnicity
  • religion/ belief
  • sex

Only reports relating to the ones in bold are 'recorded and monitored' by law, for the purposes of hate crime statistics (At Sheffield Hallam University we will monitor all strands)

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Equality Data

The Equality Act 2010 describes a disabled person as:

"...anyone who has a physical, sensory or mental impairment, which has a substantial and long term adverse effect on their ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities."

Do you consider yourself to be disabled within the definition of the Equality Act 2010?