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LIVE Smart: Concerned about Someone?

Student guide to living and studying in Dundee. Aligned with LEARN Smart

Concerned or worried about someone?

If you are concerned about someone, if you are aware that someone is being harassed, bullied, assaulted, abused or sexually abused.

Is there someone whose behaviour you are worried about, or someone whose actions are concerning you?

FInd out more about how you can help, or how to let someone know about your concerns.


Concerned about someone?

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If you are concerned about someone please come into the Enquiry Centre and ask to speak to one of the Student Support Team in confidence, they will be able to direct you to relevant service or person within the University, or assist you in making contact with external agencies who can provide support or guidance.



University of Dundee

Get help on campus:

Security staff are present on campus 24 hours a day - they can be reached by calling 01382 385850, or call into the Security Centre located in the Ewing Building. There are also call points located around campus where you can press the button to summon assistance.

Get help off campus:

Emergency Services (Fire, Police, Ambulance) can be called by dialling 999.

Police Non emergency number (where there is no imminent threat or danger) call 101


Domestic Abuse - Worried about someone?

Information and support if you know or suspect someone may be suffering from domestic abuse


Worried about a mate? How to help

Gender Based Violence - University Webpages

Useful information from University of Dundee regarding Gender Based Violence

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How to Handle Flat Disputes

If you've had a disagreement with your flatmates, seek advice on how to effectively resolve conflict. 

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The Student Support team are on hand to act as mediators for any difficult discussions you may need to have as a flat. 

NHS 24

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NHS 24

Provides information and health care advice

Open 24 hours - phone for health care

advice when your GP practice is closed

Dial 111

NHS 24 Scotland's national telehealth and telecare organisation. Call us free on 111 if your are ill and can't wait until your regular NHS service reopens

Student or Staff Requiring Medical Attention

Support Hub

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The Support Hub:

Located behind the Tower Building.

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Who are you?

Be an Upstander

Stay Alive App (Free)

The StayAlive app is a suicide prevention resource for the UK, packed full of useful information and tools to help you stay safe in crisis. Free download available from Apple App store, Google play or as a desktop Web app.



Enquiry Centre

Enquiry Centre

Come into the Enquiry Centre with all queries and questions.

Opening Hours

  • 9am - 5pm, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
  • 10am - 5pm, Wednesday
  • Closed for Lunch 12.30pm - 1.30pm 
  • Extended opening hours during welcome in September.

Contact Us

Third Party Hate Crime Reporting

Police Scotland

Information on Hate Crime from Police Scotland

Did you know that Hate Crime is any criminal offence committed against an individual or property that is motivated by a person's hatred of someone because of his or her actual or perceived race, religion, transgender identity, sexual orientation or disability?

You can report a Hate Crime as follows:

The University's Enquiry Centre is a Third Party Reporting Centre.