If you have experienced or witnessed any of these behaviours, please tell us using the options below:
The Advisory Service is obliged to contact Police if there is a risk to life or where there is a clear safeguarding issue.
* Reports from students will be assessed by the Advisory Service, reports by staff will be assessed by People Services (HR) and reports by visitors will be sent to complaints. Relevant policies will be triggered with consent. If a member of staff is named then the University may discuss this with their line manager.
** View support services. If you later decide that you would like to avail yourself of support from a trained adviser please contact us again and quote the report’s ticket number to reference your original report.
Relationship abuse (also referred to as 'domestic violence') can take many forms within an intimate relationship.
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Incidents of hate crime can be against a person or against property and includes materials posted online. Some examples of hate crime include:
Sexual harassment can include any of the following behaviours:
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Anyone who thinks they may have been 'spiked' by either a needle or drink are encouraged to make a report to the University or contact Police Scotland.
If you’re in an emergency situation and need police help, but can’t speak, Make Yourself Heard and let the 999 operator know your call is genuine.
Sharing, or threatening to share, intimate images without consent is a crime that can come with a five year prison sentence.