If you think you or someone you know has been stalked there is a variety of support options available to both students and staff. 

                  For students and staff 


Centre for Wellbeing: the University’s team of professional counsellors, and mental health workers offers confidential support.

Chaplaincy: our chaplains are from many different faiths and beliefs.  We also have non-faith or spiritual chaplains. 
 
People, Culture and Inclusion team: the team provides advice, support and guidance on equality, diversity and inclusion related issues to students and staff. 

LGBTQI Equality Group: the group exists to further equality for LGBT staff, students and the wider LGBT community. It acts as a lead on the University’s initiatives within the framework of the Stonewall Diversity Champions Programme and helps to formulate and advise University initiatives to encourage greater representation of the LGBT community in all areas of University life.

Rainbow Allies: a group of staff and students who show their commitment to the LGBTQI Community here at Surrey by agreeing to a number of pledges and demonstrating their support via door/computer stickers, mugs and badges.

Faith and Belief Forum: the Faith and Belief Forum serves as a place of common ground for different faith and belief communities to contribute to the diversity of the University community and be valued for that. 

                         For students 


University of Surrey Students Union (USSU) is a free confidential, impartial service where students can get advice and information on academic and personal issues, including advice on procedures and representation at hearings. 

Peer Support Service:  Peer Supporters are current Surrey students who provide a non-judgemental listening, supportive service to all Surrey students. 

Wardens are responsible for the general welfare and good conduct within the halls of residence. 

Personal tutors are there to support your academic, personal and professional development throughout your time at Surrey. They will refer you to appropriate academic, welfare and support services when necessary. Tutors follow a Code of practice for personal tutoring to ensure they are delivering the best possible help to you. 

Disability and Neurodiversity Service: the University’s dedicated disability advisers can provide advice, guidance, and support to students about a range of practical adjustments to your studies. 

Extenuating circumstances: if you feel your studies have been affected by what has happened you can consider applying for extenuating circumstances (ECs). Your faculty’s ECs team will be able to provide more information:
 

                           For staff 


Human Resources: if you are a member of staff or manager your HR contact will be able to identify the support that’s available for you.

Trade unions: there are three trade unions that represent staff at the University: Unison, Unite and UCU. 

Occupational Health provide a range of occupational health services including, absence management. health surveillance, health screening, work station assessments, policy design, on site assistance/clinics, disability at work, and health promotion. 

               Other sources of support 


National Stalking Helpline: 0808 802 0300. The Helpline is open 09:30 to 16:00 weekdays except Wednesdays when it is open 13:00 to 16:00. The Helpline is not open on bank holidays. 

The Suzy Lamplugh Trust: stalking information and support service 

Paladin: supports high-risk victims of stalking with their specialist independent stalking advocacy caseworkers and makes sure local protection is available for victims. 

Protection Against Stalking: advice and testimonials from people who have been stalked. 

Victim Support help anyone who has been the victim of a crime. They can support you coping with the after-effects of crime and help with reporting to the police. 
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