Report unacceptable behaviour
If you, or someone you know, have experienced unwanted actions or behaviour or been treated unfairly, find out how to report it and get support.
We understand that telling someone about a serious incident can sometimes feel difficult. Our wellbeing teams are here to make these conversations as comfortable as possible. Or, if you prefer to remain anonymous, use our Report and Support tool.
How to make a report
The Student Resolution Service (SRS) understand that going through the disciplinary procedure, whether you reported the issue or you are the student the allegations have been made against can be stressful and confusing. During the disciplinary procedure the reporting and responding student will each have a Student Liaison Officer (SLO) assigned to them. The SLO’s role is to ensure you understand the process, keep you informed of any actions that have been taken or decisions that have been made and be your main point of contact with the University throughout the investigation and after.
If you need advice or would like to speak with a member of Student Resolution Services please email: email@example.com
If you would like to submit a complaint, please complete an Unacceptable Behaviour Form (Office document, 40kB) and follow the information at the top of the form.
How to get wellbeing support
If you complete the Request Wellbeing Support form a wellbeing adviser will make contact with you to offer support and advise you about your support options.
If you or someone you know has been affected by one of the following issues find out how to get help and what support is available to you:
Being treated unfairly because of who you are or a protected characteristic such as disability or race.
A hate crime is an action or behaviour that is motivated by hostility towards a protected characteristic.
Sexual violence and harassment
Any sexual touching that a person does not consent to. It involves all unwanted sexual contact including kissing, groping, rape and enforced sexual acts.
Bullying and harassment
Unwanted behaviour that is intimidating, offensive or insulting.
Can include emotional, psychological, physical, financial and sexual abuse in couple relationships (current or previous) or between family members.
When an individual or a group attacks a person physically, with or without the use of a weapon, or threatens to hurt that person.