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Supporting our community

As the coronavirus outbreak continues, we would like to remind our students, staff and their families that we are here to support your wellbeing.

We would like to ensure our community that we have a zero-tolerance approach when it comes to discrimination.

We are proudly international and inclusive, and we are committed to providing an environment in which all of our students, staff and visitors feel welcome, supported and safe. We all have a part to play in ensuring that incidents of coronavirus-related hate crime or abuse will not go unchallenged.

If you have been directly or indirectly affected in any way by hate crime, racial harassment or abuse, please reach out to your personal tutor, Wellbeing Support Services and our Campus Security Team.

Read a message from the West Midlands Police Force lead for hate crime.

You can report incidents of hate crime, racial harassment or abuse.

Read Warwick's guidance about how to report hate crime.

West Midlands Police take all reports of hate crime seriously.

If you feel you have been targeted please contact the police via their Live Chat facility. In an emergency remember to use 999.

You can also use West Midland Police' Hate Crime reporting app or True Vision.