Making an anonymous report informs the University that something has happened. This will not instigate any part of a formal process or complaint, as we do not act on anonymous reports. Instead, anonymous reports provide statistical information, which allows us to better understand the prevalence of issues within our community. We will use this to inform wider preventative work to tackle prevalent issues.
If you choose to report anonymously, we will not ask you for any personally identifiable details, therefore will not be able to contact you to offer you any advice or support. If you would like action to be taken on your report, you should instead report something with your details and request to speak to someone about the support and resolutions available.
Please read our Frequently Asked Questions or process flowchart if you require more information about how we process reports.
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