We understand that this might be a difficult time for you, and we want to help connect you to support.
Choosing to report anonymously means we might not be able to help you directly, but can help others. The information you give us today will help us to provide better support to others and inform prevention work across the university. However, reporting anonymously will not lead to formal action being taken.
If you would like to speak to someone, or need direct support or guidance, or would like a formal investigation to take place, please choose to fill in the form with contact details
. In certain circumstances, UCL may judge that action is required even if the person reporting is not requesting any. This will be done in accordance with the duty of care guidance
The information contained in this report will only be passed on to relevant staff members on a strictly need to know basis. UCL will not disclose any personal or identifiable information to others, except as set out in the duty of care guidance
The report should take around 5 - 10 minutes to complete, depending on the level of detail you provide. You can read more about what happens after you submit a report on our support pages
. There are questions that are optional, including demographic questions. These help us to learn more about who, where and when issues are taking place but if you don't want to answer them you can skip ahead to the next question.