Equality & Diversity

Age Concerns

Protection from age discrimination at work

Autism

Guidance on dealing with people who have Autism.

Bullying in the Workplace

Useful websites

Bully Offline               www.bullyoffline.org/workbully/index.htm

Bullying                     www.bullying.co.uk

Ban Bullying at Work   www.banbullyingatwork.com

Equal Respect

The rights of Officers to equal treatment and respect regardless of their race

Equality & Diversity

Equality, Diversity & Human Rights Strategy for the Police Service

Religious and Belief Discrimination

Religious Discrimination in Employment

Moving Forward

Disability Discrimination in the Force

Positive Action Leadership Programme

Encouraging the retention and progression of members of under represented groups in the Police Service

Sex Discrimination

Harassment & Bullying

What is harassment or bullying?

Many forms of behaviour can constitute harassment or bullying, but most significantly the behaviour is unwelcome by the recipient. The behaviour may be deliberate or just misplaced. It may be a course of action or just one event. It can range from violence or assault to less obvious actions such as ignoring someone at work. The following, although not an exhaustive list may all constitute behaviour at work that is harassment or bullying: • Physical: ranging from gestures or touching to assault or damage to property • Verbal: the use of offensive jokes, banter, gossip, mimicry, nicknames, shouting, persistent criticism, threats or patronising language • Written: the circulation of offensive notes, letters, emails • Display of offensive material: posters, graffiti, lewd pictures • Behaviour: including isolation, noncooperation at work, pranks, exclusion from social events or setting unachievable deadlines for work

 
 

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