Experiencing a form of sexual violence such as rape, sexual assault, harassment, domestic abuse or stalking can be incredibly traumatic, however there are many support services that can help you. While some people wish to access support right away, others may not do so for weeks, months or years. How and when you access support is completely up to you.
Report + Support
Report or access support for all forms of sexual and gender-based violence, harassment, bullying and hate crime.
Advice and Counselling Service
Confidential, professional counselling support and advice about external support options. You can contact the service directly or request to speak to a Welfare Adviser through Report + Support.
Academic Advice Service (Students' Union)
Confidential, non-judgemental advice about University policies and processes such as making a report, the investigation process, appeals and extenuating circumstances.
Find local and national organisations
There are many local and national organisations who can offer advice and support. You can find a list of support services on the Report + Support website.