Report and Support is a disclosure site, which allows students to inform the University of any incidents of:
  • Bullying/Harassment
  • Discrimination
  • Domestic/Relationship abuse
  • Hate Crimes/Incidents
  • Honour Based Violence / Forced Marriage
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Sexual Violence
  • Drink/Pin Spiking 
You have the option to report anonymously. If you do submit an anonymous report, we will not be able to contact you or take further action. However, it does mean that University has a record of the incident, and we can use anonymous reports to identify trends or patterns of incidents which we may be able to be address. 

You may also leave your contact details with your report and ask to speak with an adviser. Your report will be seen by a trained member of the Student Welfare team who will contact you to discuss your options and any help and support you may require. Please note that speaking with an advisor does not mean that you are making a formal complaint to the University; the advisor will talk with you about how to make a complaint, if that is your wish. You can decide on the next steps in line with the University's privacy statement. 

Members of staff will be allocated a Respect at Work Advisor to discuss their disclosure. 

There are two ways you can tell us what happened