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We've got definitions, instructions, and contact information for you to learn what bias/hate incidents or crimes are, and support you in getting help if a bias/hate incident occurs.
Something a person does, says, or otherwise expresses that is motivated by bias as a contributing factor (regardless of whether the act is criminal). The bias can be against race, religion, skin color, disability, national origin, sexual orientation, or ancestry.
A bias/hate incident that has risen to the level of a criminal offense motivated by bias either in whole or in part.
Any person aware of a bias/hate incident or crime can and should report it. This includes the person at whom the behavior was directed, as well as friends, advocates, or witnesses.
After a report is filed, the Bias Incident Response Team will review it and determine the next steps. The team includes:
On a case-by-case basis, the BIRT team also consults with students, faculty and staff from other UW-Eau Claire departments, programs and organizations who can help the team make the most informed response possible to a report of a bias/hate incident.
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