When you’ve made a submission to Report and Support, assigned staff will carefully consider the details provided and assess the relevant risks to decide what action is necessary. If you have not provided contact details, staff cannot get in touch to discuss this with you.

Sometimes, especially with anonymous submissions, staff are unlikely to have sufficient information and are consequently unable to act. However, anonymous submissions may be discussed with the relevant Head of School or Unit, for awareness and prevention and can be instrumental in identifying patterns that can help us to legislate for a safer community.

1) Submitting anonymously without naming anyone else

2) Submitting anonymously and naming someone else

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There are two ways you can tell us what happened