You have chosen to report an incident/concern anonymously. This means the University will not collect any personal details from you.
Anonymous reports let the University know something has happened. Your report will help the University better understand and prevent issues within our community.
We take all reports seriously, but if you choose not to provide your name or contact details, this may constrain the University's ability to take any action and we will not be able to contact you to offer advice/support or provide a progress update.
However, you will be provided with an individual reference number so that you can follow up with us at any point for further information or support. You can use this as a reference should you wish to phone Student Services
, Student Conduct
or Human Resources
anonymously to discuss your report. This will appear on the screen after the report has been submitted.
If you prefer, you can choose to report to an adviser instead (this is not anonymous). This is the recommended option as this will allow you to speak to an appropriate member of staff, make an official complaint or register your concern, and be referred for specific support.
You can read more information on the questions you will be asked
If you are in need of an emergency response please call 999 if you are in the UK. If in another destination, please call the emergency service in that locality. The Security and Response Team are available 24/7 Telephone: 01334 468999. Please also see our support pages
You are in control of this process and it is up to you whether you decide to continue with this process after this stage.