The purpose of this confidential reporting form is to monitor the
occurrence of Hate Incidents both on and off campus. The identity of the
victim will be kept confidential. Completing this form will not
necessarily result in criminal or university action; however, the type
of incident and/or the victim's willingness to take further action will
determine whether or not additional steps will be taken.
Incidents of prejudice and/or hate incidents are taken seriously at
UWSP. Not only because their occurrences are totally counter to the
mission of UWSP, but also because everyone has a right to feel safe. Any
harmful act which appears to be motivated or is perceived by the victim
to be motivated all or in part by race, religion, ethnic background,
sexual orientation, gender, or disability is considered a hate incident.
The university must address behaviors of intolerance. There are
multiple avenues to address those behaviors, depending on the parties
involved, the location of the incident, and the type of the incident.
Completing this form is an important step to help us understand our
campus climate and how we can create an environment where everyone feels
Victims or witnesses of hate incidents should complete this form.
You may fill out as much or as little information as you choose;
however, in an effort for the University to respond appropriately, it is
important to include as much information as possible. Please list your
name if you wish to be contacted by the Office of Student Life for a
follow-up. If you are under 18 years of age and do not want to make an
official police report, do not include your name on this form.
You may also contact The Office of Student Affairs (346-2481) or
the Campus Police (715) 346-3456 directly for help. If the incident
occurred off campus, you may contact The Office of Equity and
Affirmative Action(346-2158) or City of Stevens Point Police Department