University Disclosure Log
|Date received||Date due||Date completed||Information asked for||Notes|
|8 September 2017||6 October 2017||12 September 2017||1) which, if any, of the following services are fully or partly outsourced to third-party organisations for your University. Please state fully outsourced/partly outsourced and percentage/fully in-house:|
- Cleanine Services
- Security Services
- Catering Services
- Transport Services
- Helpdesk Services (IT/Facilities)
2) Do you make use of any sector or industry-based
We can confirm the following in response to your request below.
- Cleaning Services - Fully in-house
- Security Services - Fully in-house
-Catering Services - Fully in-house
- Transport Services - Not applicable
- Helpdesk Services (IT/Facilities) - These are partly outsourced in that we use 'Norman' help desk for telephone support out of office hours. Full IT support and telephone support provided inside of office hours is in-house provision.
|21 September 2017||19 October 2017||1 November 2017||Freedom of Information Act Request|
1. (a) For the (16/17) academic year how many cases have been reported to the university authorities of incidents when female students have claimed to have been the victim of any kind of sexual assault?
(b) how many of these were alleged to have been committed by male students at your university?
2.(a) For the (16/17) academic year how many cases have been reported to the university authorities of incidents when female students have claimed to have been the victim of any kind of sexual abuse or harassment from male students at the university? If derogatory or abusive language was part of the complaint then for each case give the exact words that were alleged to have been used against the woman.
Further to your request for information please find our response below.
1(a) Five female students disclosed they had been victims of seaxual assaults
(b) Two of these were alleged to have been committed by male students at the University however, no personal information on male students was ever provided.
Please note that we are looking to centralise information for future years. Students may disclose to any member of staff including personal tutors, other academic staff, support services.
|9 September 2017||6 October 2017||26 September 2017||Dear Sir or Madam,|
I am conducting research into Staffordshire University for the 2017/18 Free Speech University Rankings (FSUR)
Founded by the online magazine spiked, in partnershop with Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust and Policy Exchange, the FSUR is the UK's first university league table for free speech. We launched in February 2015, attaining national coverage in the Guardian, the Independent and the Times Higher Education and more.
The results of the 2018 survery, whcih this request relates to, will be published, on the FSUR hub, in February 2018.
In order to arrive at our assessment, we evaluate the policies of universities and students unions in order to assess their intellectual openness.
Under this FOI, I am requesting copies or links to any of the following documents so that we can properly assess your institution.
- External Speakiers Policy (AKA Free Speech Policy Speaker Vetting Policy, Students Event Policy)
-Constitutional documents (governance, statues, a written constitution)
- Dignity at work and study (as relating to students rather than staff)
- Equal Opportunities policy (as relating to students rather than staff)
- Bullying and Harrassment Policy (as relating to students, rather than staff and including any specific policy on race/gender/sexuality etc)
- Internet/Social Media Policy (an policies relating to students use of IT cmmunications)
- University byelaws (relating to students)
- Student handbook (or any other guid for students on conduct)
- Leaflet and Poster Policy (AKA Marketing Policiies relating to student-made posters, leaflets and literature being distributed on campus)
- Prevent Policy or any other document relating to the Prevent Strategy (as relating to students, rather than staff)
- Any other university poliy that may have an effect on speech, such as those prohibiting racist or homophobic speech and/or equality policies that control students' speech
Pleaser reply with confirmation of receipt of this email, a deadline for return of the informationand any reference number relevant to this request.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Further to your request for information please see the weblinks below for your perusal.
Bullying and Harrassment Policy
Fitness to Study Policy
Students Charter Policy
|27 September 2017||25 October 2017||27 September 2017||Would it be possible to get details of:|
-The amount of parking spaces available
-The amount of parking permits sold for Staffordshire University please.
We can confirm that between Stoke on Trent campus and our Centre of Excellence in Stafford, we have 1,724 car parking spaces and last year sold 2,555 parking permits.
|6 September 2017||4 October 2017||9 October 2017||I would like to make a request under the Freedom of Information Act.|
1) How many first year undergraduates are going to your university as their firm acceptance choice through UCAS this year?
2)a) How many first year undergraduates are going to your university as an insurance choice through UCAS this year?
B) Of those mentioned in 2a) could you please detail the higher education institutions they put for their firm choices. As in, of 100 first-years put Oxford University as theur firm choice and are going to your University under their insurance choice, please state this.
I am happy for you to anonymise institutions with fewer than 10 cases for this section.
3) Please answer questions 1, 2a) and 2b) for the academic years beginning September 2016 and September 2015.
If the data for the academic year about to start is unavailable, please just answer question 3.
Please see below answers to questions 1, 2a for the 3 academic years (which includes those under question 3).
Firm Acceptance: 3,323
Number of which were insurance: 29
Firm Acceptance: 3,233
Number of which were insurance: 33
Firm Acceptance: 3,231
Number of which were insurance: 51
Unfortunately we do not have data available to respond to question 2b of your request. In addition, we only have the download for 2017/18 data.