UCL is committed to increased transparency and accountability in addressing issues of bullying, harassment and sexual misconduct within our community.

As part of this commitment, UCL will be publishing annual anonymous reports on data insights and intelligence obtained through Report + Support and existing reporting pathways.

These reports will include the number of reports received, actions taken, outcomes and next steps for the institution in creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for all members of our community.

Regular trend analysis reports will be run through Report + Support and shared with areas within UCL to ensure a proactive approach to intervention and prevention. Data shared will be fully anonymised to ensure there is no risk of identification. The HR and the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion team are working with leaders to design and deliver targeted interventions where there are challenges or concerns as part of UCL’s Full Stop campaign.

One of the key objectives of the Full Stop campaign and Report + Support is to ensure UCL students and staff feel safe reporting issues of bullying, harassment and sexual misconduct. UCL recognises that increased reporting is essential to effective prevention. Therefore, UCL will view an initial increase in disclosures and reports as an indicator of trust and confident in reporting and in an effective response.

Six-month Insights: February 2019 - August 2019
UCL has published a six-month insights report including the number and nature of repors, actions taken and a progress update on the work of the Preventing Sexual Misconduct Strategy Group.
Six_month_insight_report.pdf 906.73 KB

2020 Annual report on Bullying, Harassment and Sexual Misconduct: February 2019 - February 2020
annual-report.pdf 8.04 MB

Historical sexual misconduct reports

As part of our commitment to increase transparency, UCL has also published historical reports on sexual misconduct, sexual harassment and sexual violence. You can read these below:

Formal complaints against students of sexual misconduct
received in the 2014/15 academic year
received in the 2015/16 academic year
received in the 2016/17 academic year
received in the 2017/18 academic year

(Findings for 2019 onwards now included in annual reports)


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