This online form allows you to report something anonymously.
If you choose to report anonymously we will not ask you for any personal information that will be able to identify you. Because of this, we will not be able to offer any support to you or take any action on your report.
The information you provide in this report will remain confidential. Anonymous reports provide statistical information, which helps us to for a picture on areas of concern and thus in tackling sexual violence, domestic violence, stalking, discrimination, racism and other hate crime, and bullying and harassment.
However, if you decide you would like us to talk to you and support you with your report, then you will need to share your name with us and click on the following link in order to submit a request to be contacted by an adviser, please submit a report here
IMPORTANT: If you report with contact details it doesn’t mean that you’re making an official report or complaint to the University. By providing your contact details you’re letting us know you’d like one of our specialist colleagues to reach out to you to talk you through the support we can offer, and our available options. If following this conversation you decide you’d like further action to be taken, we’ll support you through this process.
Please read our Privacy Statement
carefully so you are aware what happens to your data