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Support Smart: Reporting Sexual Assault, Harassment, Bullying or Hate Crime

Student Services' support guide for Academic School Staff and other student facing staff

Reporting Misconduct

How to report misconduct.

Call into the Enquiry Centre and ask speak to a Student Support Adviser - you do not have to give any further details at reception.

You can also email to make an appointment to speak to a Student Support Adviser by emailing or phone for an appointment Tel. 01382 381900.

Please put Support in the Email subject line.

You will be treated with respect and sensitivity at all times.

You can bring a friend with you for support, if you would like to do so.

Guidelines For Reporting Sexual Assault or Sexual Misconduct

Guidelines For Reporting Harrassment or Bullying within the University

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.