We believe that sexual harassment is never okay. It may be helpful to consider what constitutes sexual harassment to help you decide what to do next. 
There is help available if you have experienced sexual harassment. No matter where you were, what you were doing or wearing - sexual harassment is not acceptable.


If you are in immediate danger or seriously injured call 999 (or 112 from a mobile).
If you are on campus, you can call Security Services on 24/7 365 days a year on 01904 32 4444 or use the Safezone App.
If an incident has just happened, try and find somewhere you feel safe. 


Talk to a friend - Talking things through with someone you trust can sometimes help.
Sexual Violence Liason Officer (SVLO) - Our SVLO offers one-to-one practical and emotional support and can provide information on internal and external reporting procedures and support services. Support is led by your needs and you will not be pressured into taking any particular course of action.  Complete this form to contact the SVLO..
Find out more about support options both within and outside of the University for dealing with sexual harassment. 


  • Reporting to the University - You can chose to report with your contact details or anonymously using the buttons below.
  • Reporting to the police - If you're thinking of reporting to the police, Victim Support has produced information on how this process may work, and what to expect. Your SVLO will be able to provide more information about this process and signpost towards specialist agencies who can support you through it
  • Reporting to Crime Stoppers anonymously -  You can call crime stoppers at any point on 0800 555 111 or use the Crimestoppers online form.
  • Choosing not to report - It is up to you if you wish to report this to anyone. There are many reasons you may chose not to report. Whatever your reason for not reporting this will be respected. If so, you can still access support both from the University and outside of the University. 
You can get information and support on all of the above options from the University’s SVLO, but it is important to remember that it is your choice as to what to do.

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