20th September 2019

Stay Safe in Sheffield this Intro

Sheffield is considered one of the safest major cities in the U.K, but here are some top safety tips to ensure your Intro Week is remembered for all of the right reasons.

Make sure you’ve got a plan for getting home, look after your friends on a night out, and inform staff if you see anything that makes you uncomfortable. 

Getting Home Safely: Safe Taxi Scheme
If you have no money after a night out, call City Taxis and quote the Safe Taxi Scheme. Give the driver your U-card and then pay for the taxi in the SU the next day. City Taxis: 0114 239 3939.

Getting Home Safely - Women's Mini Bus
Running 7 nights a week during term-time the Women's Minibus takes you from outside the Students' Union building, Western Bank Library or Information Commons, directly to your door (max 2 miles from the Students' Union), for just £1.50. Visit sheffieldsu.com for the latest operating times.

Feeling Unwell? Speak to our SU Staff members without judgement.

Pace yourself when out drinking & know your limits. You can get free water from any of our bars. Know the facts about alcohol drinkaware.co.uk

Sheffield SU Operates a Zero Tolerance policy to sexual harassment.

Sheffield SU Operates a Zero Tolerance policy towards drugs. We operate ID checks and random searches at all of our clubnights. If you would like a confidential discussion about yours or someone else’s level of drug use please contact Sheffield DACT on 0114 272 1481 or sheffielddact.org.uk

Remember, stay safe, look out for your mates and have a great week!

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