Harassment

The Utah Democratic Party (UDP) is committed to fostering and creating space for full participation for its members and does not tolerate harassment. We are continuously developing better processes and policies and are always looking to improve. Please fill out this form if you feel you are the victim of harassment. If this is an emergency, please call 911 or Utah’s statewide 24-hour Sexual Violence Hotline 1-888-421-1100.

Our Anti-Harassment Policy was recently amended and adopted at the 2018 Q4 State Central Committee, held in Central Region (SLCo) on Wednesday, December 19, 2018, and is available at this link2018 Harassment Task Force Recommendations can be viewed at this link.

The membership of the 2019 Harassment Task Force Select Committee has been selected and are working on suggested revisions to our most current Anti-Harassment Policies & Procedures, best practices / statement of values, and recommendations for an updated Code of Conduct. Task force is made up of at least 50% representation beyond Salt Lake County, per establishing motion.

We continue seeking Public Input. Please follow this link to provide us with suggestions on improvements to our Anti-Harassment Policy. Our current governing documents can be viewed at this link. 

Please be on the lookout for future trainings and more by checking out our upcoming events page, subscribing to our emails, or following us on Twitter and Facebook

Please also note that if you have experienced harassment at any UDP sanctioned events or from party leadership, and are ready to come forward there are resources available that are linked below, as well as a commitment from UDP Chair Thomas to ensure a timely investigation. Please fill out this form if you feel you are the victim of harassment.

 

Resources

Utah’s statewide 24-hour Sexual Violence Hotline 1-888-421-1100

Rape Recovery Center

National Sexual Assault Hotline

Harassment Hotlines Index

What is sexual harassment?