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If you feel you are at urgent risk or in need of urgent support, you should call the following emergency numbers:

If you are on campus: 0115 951 8888
If you are off campus: 999

If you have experienced sexual violence and need urgent support but do not want to report what has happened to the police, please call the Topaz Centre (Sexual Assault Referral Centre) on  0800 085 9993.

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 University support  

University of Nottingham Campus Security aim to ensure the University of Nottingham is a safe and secure place for students, staff and visitors. They can assist with crime prevention, reporting and investigation.

Dignity Advisor’s are university staff who are available to provide impartial and confidential advice to support staff and students who have issues or concerns regarding harassment, bullying or victimisation. 

University Counselling Service offers free confidential support to students and staff.

University Off Campus Student Affairs Team can provide support to student living off campus in the community.       

Chaplaincy and Faith Support for students and staff of any faith or none. A quiet word in a confidential space can be arranged at short notice.           

Support and Wellbeing Officers are on hand to help support you alongside your personal tutor. They can provide guidance, help and advice if you're experiencing difficulties. 

Students' Union Advice is a True Vision hate crime reporting centre - if you believe you have experienced hate crime, contact the service for more information. 

Find out more on the support available for mental health and wellbeing on our HealthyU pages 

Specialist Services
  
Victim Care can support you if you have been a victim of crime even if you do not want to report the crime to the police. 

CST is Community Security Trust, a charity that protects British Jews from anti-Semitism. 

Galop provides support for LGBTQ people who’ve experiences hate crime or domestic abuse. They can also help LGBTQ people who might have questions about the criminal justice system. 

Kick It Out is a charity working throughout the football, educational and community sectors to challenge discrimination, encourage inclusive practices and campaign for positive change. 

Nottingham Mencap provide advice, information and support to people with learning disabilities and their supporters. They can give information about the rights of people with a learning disability and support to access services. 

Nottingham Muslin Women’s Network provide support for Muslim women victims of hate crime. 

Notts LGBT+ Network provide support and information for the LGBT+ communities of Nottinghamshire. 

 Stop Hate UK is one of the leading national organisations working to challenge all forms of Hate Crime and discrimination, based on any aspect of an individual’s identity. Stop Hate UK provides independent, confidential and accessible reporting and support for victims, witnesses and third parties. 

 Tell MAMA supports victims of anti-Muslim hate and is a public service which also measures and monitors anti-Muslim incidents.

The Monitoring Group is an anti-racism charity which promotes civil rights and can provide support to victims of hate crime. 

Notts TransHub – Information, support, and resources for the transgender community of Nottingham. 

The National Holocaust Centre and Museum are based in Newark and promotes an understanding of the roots of discrimination and prejudice. They organise ‘No to Hate’ conferences as well as the Breaking the Cycle programme, aimed at addressing prejudice in young people.

The Traveller Movement is a national charity, committed to the fulfilment of human rights for ethnic minority Gypsy Roma and Traveller people. They can provide support, advice, and advocacy. 

Citizens Advice on Racist and Religious Hate Crime. Citizens Advice provides further information on racist and religious hate crime. 

Citizens Advice on Homophobic and Transphobic Hate Crime. Citizens Advice provides further information on homophobic and transphobic hate crime 

Citizens Advice on Disability Hate Crime. Citizens Advice provides further information on disability related hate crime. 
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