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SASH Support

Singapore Campus

Internal Support Service

You can talk/complain to On-Campus Student Counsellor/Head/Director of Campus if you have been sexually assaulted or sexually harassed, no matter how big or small the issue might seem. The safety and wellbeing of the person who has been subjected to sexual harassment or sexual assault are at the centre of all responses.

The campus has 24/7 security monitoring for the safety of the staff and students. All complaints will be investigated promptly, fairly and confidentially. Under certain circumstances and if required statutorily, the designated staff at the School's campus may have to disclose students’ information including the involvement of illegal activities according to the local law. Any student or staff member found guilty of perpetrating or condoning sexual harassment will be disciplined accordingly. This may include having their employment or enrolment terminated.

Student Counsellor

Sakshi-Chopra-Singapore
Dr Sakshi Chopra

Email: sakshi.chopra@spjain.org
Direct Tel: +65 64310066
Extension: 250

Director of Campus Administration

Rashmi-Udaykumar-Singapore
Rashmi Udaykumar

Email: rashmi.udaykumar@spjain.org
Direct Tel: +65 64310000
Extension: 181

External Support Services

(Please note that SP Jain is not responsible for any content/information within the external websites listed below)

AWARE Sexual Assault Care Centre

AWARE’s trained staff provide advice to those who have faced sexual assault or harassment. They have support workers who can meet you and can offer ways to help you manage the physical and emotional effects you may be experiencing. They can explain and assist with legal and medial options, including any emergency health care of forensic examinations, and, any decisions about reporting to police.

Call: 6779 0282 (Monday to Friday, 10 AM to 10 PM)
Website: https://www.aware.org.sg/about/contact-us/
Email: sacc@aware.org.sg

Samaritans of Singapore
They provide confidential emotional support for people facing a crisis.

Website: https://www.sos.org.sg
Call: 1800 221 4444 (24-hour hotline)

Singapore Association for Mental Health
They have been uplifting lives and promoting mental wellness for all since 1968.

Website: https://www.samhealth.org.sg/
Toll-free Number: 18002837019

Emergency Services

An emergency is the actual or imminent occurrence of an event which endangers or threatens the safety or health of any person in the area; and/or destroys, or threatens to destroy or damage any property.

  • 24-hour Emergency Hotline Number on Campus: +65 9168 6165
    (Assault, medical attention, fire, lift mantrap, maintenance issue that poses threat to safety)
  • In the event of a time-critical or life-threatening emergency, call 999 and request either Police, Fire or Ambulance. SMS 71999.
    Website: https://www.police.gov.sg/
  • For any urgent medical attention, students could refer to the medical insurance policy for the approved list of General Practitioners/hospitals who will refer to specialist services if needed.