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COVID-19 Update

There is growing evidence that domestic abuse is becoming more prevalent as the country remains in pandemic lock down. Gender Based Violence is never acceptable. If you, or someone you know, has been a victim of any kind of hate crime, report it and seek support if you need it.

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If you decide to identify yourself when using the Tell Us reporting tool a member of staff will be in contact with you to arrange support. If you are not yet ready to take that step there are other sources of support available.

If you are at immediate risk of harming yourself or of someone else harming you, please do not hesitate to dial 999.
Police Scotland remain committed to tackling GBV throughout this pandemic and beyond. Police Silent Solution Guide

At Abertay, we have zero tolerance for sexual violence, discrimination, abuse, bullying or harassment.

If you have experienced or witnessed any of these behaviours, please tell us using the options below:

 
Reports assessed by the relevant service
and monitored for emerging trends *
View support services
available to you **
We'll contact you to discuss support and onward course of action

Student Services 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 Student Services, reports by staff will be assessed by HR and reports by visitors will be sent to complaints. Relevant policies will be tiggered 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.

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