Answered By: Student Support and Advice Team Last Updated: Sep 17, 2021 Views: 13
The University of Northampton is committed to ensuring and promoting student safety and wellbeing. If you have experienced or are witness to bullying during your time here please do speak to someone.
Incidents of harassment can be reported by anyone who has experienced harassment or bullying. If you submit a report, we will contact you to discuss what has happened. All reported incidents will be investigated and treated in confidence and action will be taken where appropriate.
To report an incident of harassment or bullying , please complete the harassment reporting form.
Reporting students will always be encouraged to access support and can choose to make a report now or in the future.
If you do not want to be identified, if you are reporting on behalf of another person, or if you have witnessed an incident then please submit an anonymous report.
The University cannot act on anonymous reports, however any information provided will help us to understand the prevalence of incidents on and off campus and to understand the impact of campaigns run by the University and Students' Unions.
For help and support with issues around bullying and harassment please contact the Student Support and Advice Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01604 89 2600.
You can also find a number of external organisations, specialist information websites and helplines such as:
The National Bullying helpline provides assistance to individuals struggling with bullying issues, whatever the nature of the abuse.
Victim Support provide free and confidential support 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year for people affected by crime and traumatic events – regardless of whether the victim has reported the crime to the police.
Student and Academic Services (SAS) is made up of lots of teams, all ready to help you! Have a look at our list of teams, what we do and how to contact us.