I think I’m being bullied, harassed or the target of sexual misconduct
Bullying, harassment (including xenophobia) or sexual misconduct are never okay. Such behaviour is contrary to the Equality Act 2010 and to UCL Prevention of Bullying, Harassment and Sexual Misconduct Policy

Think 
If you feel unsafe and are on campus, please call Security, who will liaise with emergency services if you are on campus, on 020 7679 2108 or extension 32108, or dial 222 in an emergency.
 
Talk 
Request to speak with an advisor on Report + Support: 

An advisor can: talk through the University's procedures, inform you on how to make a complaint and let you know what support is available, in confidence.

 Report
Staff can start a Report through Report + Support, or contacting their HR Business Partner. Please read the attached guidance on reporting the conduct of a student, and of a staff member.
How to make a formal report about the conduct of a staff member at UCL .pdf 573.04 KB
How to make a formal report about the conduct of a student at UCL.pdf 580.04 KB
Reporting to the police. If you’re thinking of reporting sexual misconduct to the police, Rape Crisis have produced a useful list of things to think about.

Further, this  Rights of Women guide is helpful in understanding the process of criminal investigation. 
 
Report the incident anonymously. You can call crime stoppers at any point on 0800 555 111 or use their online form. 
 
If on public transport in London You can report to TfL
 
It’s important to take care of yourself. There are a range of different support services at UCL that you may wish to contact.
 
Care First bullying, harassment and sexual misconduct line - A free, dedicated phone line has been established that is accessible 24/7 to staff and students. Staff can discuss issues of bullying, harassment or sexual misconduct confidentially with an advisor and work through options available. To access this dedicated support, please call + 44 (0) 33 3212 3182.

Employee Assistance Programme. 24 Hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year free and confidential support.  Call 0800 197 4510

Silver Cloud All staff and PhD students have free access to SilverCloud, an online cognitive behaviour therapy tool that can help you identify and challenge negative thought and behavioural patterns that impact how you are feeling. This may address negative thoughts and feelings associated with being bullied or harassed. Access SilverCloud select the programme you wish to follow and register with your UCL email address. 

Trade Unions UCL recognises three campus trade unions including UNISON, UNITE and UCU. Staff who are members can contact them for support and advice.

Staff Wellbeing. UCL has a staff wellbeing hub where you can find a variety of initiatives developed to support our staff. 
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