At Abertay, we have zero tolerance for sexual violence, discrimination, abuse, bullying, harassment or racism.
If something concerning has happened to you or someone you know, you can tell us here.
By making an anonymous report, you will not be identified. Your report will allow us to gather data on incidents from students, staff, or visitors to campus and will provide Abertay with valuable information so we can improve students' experiences on and off campus.
Please note that we will be unable to offer 1-1 support from our advisers and you will not instigate an internal complaint or investigation process. At the end of this report, you will be given a reference number which you can take note of, should you change your mind and wish to receive further support from a trained adviser.
By reporting to a student adviser, a trained professional will contact you to discuss what has happened. They can highlight support services and talk you through the formal processes you may want to access, including reporting to the police or discussing the University's disciplinary process.
Alternatively, you can choose to instigate a formal complaint. this is where allegations of misconduct will be considered and possible sanctions my be applied where such misconduct is proven. Please note that the University may report to the police any allegations of criminality if it believes that this will best serve the interests of the University community and wider public.