You will not receive an immediate response to your report. If you require immediate assistance:
- Visit the support pages for advice
- Contact Security (available 24/7):
If you choose to report anonymously we will not ask you for any personally identifiable details. We will not be able to offer you direct advice and are unlikely to begin any formal processes. If the report is very serious it may be forwarded to relevant parties, but there will be limits to our response.
We appreciate that for many reasons people may not feel comfortable reporting with their details. Therefore this online form allows you to report anonymously. These reports provide statistical information which is used to inform our proactive and preventative work. This also allows to monitor issues across the University.
You can arrange a confidential conversation before submitting your report by emailing the Report + Support team at email@example.com. We can then speak to you via email, Microsoft Teams or in person (whatever works best for you). It is important to note that if we believe that you, or someone else are at risk of serious harm, then we may need to report that information to the University and/or the Police.