You have chosen to report an incident to the University and to give your contact details. One of our advisors will contact you to support you with next steps within 3 working days.
This does not normally initiate a formal complaints process. Any information you provide at this stage will remain private and confidential unless we believe there is a serious safety, welfare, or a duty of care concern.
Other ways to report
- If you prefer, you can choose to report anonymously instead. This means your personal details will not be collected, and the University will be unable to contact you.
- If the matter is about student welfare, you can contact Student Services
- If the matter is about student conduct, you can contact the Student Conduct Officer directly if preferred.
- For criminal matters, you can report to Police Scotland at any time through the online contact form, by calling 101 to report non-emergency matters and general enquiries, or by calling 999 in an emergency.
Staff members can also report to:
The privacy notice
explains how your personal information is used when using Report and 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.