Report A Concern is not an emergency service. If your situation requires an immediate response, please click here for information about 24 hour support.
You have chosen to Report A Concern Anonymously. We will not ask you to provide your name, contact details, or the name of others in this anonymous form.
Reporting anonymously means we cannot offer you direct support or any updates on the on incident/concern.
Reporting anonymously will not lead to specific formal action being taken.
Anonymous reports let the University know something has happened. Your report will help the University better understand and deal with issues raised by our community, and consider the sort of support and any actions we might take to protect our people.
At the end of the form there are optional questions about age, disability, ethnicity, gender and gender identify, religion or belief, and sexual orientation. For each question there is the option ‘prefer not to say’. We ask these questions so that we can monitor reports by these equality groups to inform future initiatives and work.
If you have changed your mind and now would like to speak to someone, need direct support or guidance, or would like a formal investigation to take place, please Report A Concern With Contact Details.
Please read the information below before completing the form, this will ensure we receive the relevant information relating to your incident/concern.
Your completed form will be logged with the Student Services Directorate. We will gather and review the data regularly, allowing us to respond to community concerns and feed into initiatives to promote safety and wellbeing.