Student Support and Wellbeing have specialist staff providing practical support and advice to students reporting, sexual assault, rape, discrimination, hate incidents or bullying.
On this page, you can find out how to report any kind of incident.
There is also further information and specific guidance on Sexual Assault and Harassment and Discrimination, Bullying and Hate Incidents.
REPORT + SUPPORT
REPORT + SUPPORT is our online platform where you can report an incident and get follow-up support.
- Worried about repercussions from the perpetrator of the incident? Reporting an incident and getting support from a Specialist Wellbeing Adviser doesn't automatically mean that the perpetrator and/or the police will be contacted, although you can get help with next steps if you wish to escalate the issue.
- Seen/heard about something that happened to someone else? You can use the anonymous reporting tool to report something that happened to someone else - this will help make the University a safer place for other students.
If you would like to take a matter further, you have options:
- To make a formal complaint about a student, you can do so via the Student Conduct and Complaints Office.
- To report a crime to the Police after the event, when there is no risk to life, you can call 101 (Police 101 website).
The Specialist Wellbeing Advisers are able to help with both of these options if you need it.