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If the report you are making is an emergency or you are in danger, please report the incident to Security  by ringing  0161 295 3333 and/ or the Police on 999 (for emergencies)  or 101 for non emergencies BEFORE you use Report & Support.

Crisis information can be found here

We recommend that you download the Safe Zone app so you can quickly alert Security of anything that happens.

For wellbeing and mental health support, contact our 24-hour Student CareFirst telephone helpline

OFFENSIVE MATERIAL - we are now encouraging colleagues and students to report any offensive material that you see on campus. This could include leaflets, stickers, graffiti etc.  You can upload images of the material to let us know. Please use the WITH CONTACT DETAILS option to do this. 



You can use Salford University's internal reporting tool, Report and Support to report concerns about forced marriage and/or honour based abuse. Just scroll to the top of this page and make a report.

The University’s Counselling & Wellbeing Service provides a listening ear and can also support you if you want to know what next steps might be available for you. Their services are completely confidential. This client confidentiality will only be broken if the counsellors think there is a risk to you or someone else, or if there is a legal duty. How to contact Counselling & Wellbeing.

You can also access advice and guidance from your G.P. surgery (you may be registered with the University Medical Centre or otherwise you can look up your G.P.’s information here if you can’t remember).

Salford University Students’ Union Student Advice Centre also provide independent advice and support on a range of issues.

You may prefer to speak to someone outside of the University instead of, or as well as, our services.

Citizen’s Advice Bureau (CAB) provide free advice on a number in a number of areas from debt to harassment. You can find a local office here

Victim Support. When you report a crime to the police, they should automatically ask you if you would like help from an organisation like Victim Support. But anyone affected by crime can contact them directly – you don’t need to talk to the police to get Victim Support help

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