Report and Support

We are committed to providing a positive experience for all students and staff and believe that harassment, assault and discrimination are not acceptable.

We will shortly launch our Report and Support tool enabling students and members of staff to submit online reports and seek advice for incidents of harassment, assault and discrimination.

If you have observed or experienced physical assault, sexual harassment, sexual assault, hate crime, harassment, bullying or discrimination, you can report these directly to us. If you have concerns about the wellbeing of a student at the University, you can also report this using the tool.

The tool will be available here soon. 

Choose how to report something

Reporting student concerns

Report anonymously

When the Report and Support tool launches you will be able to report your experiences or concerns without giving us your name. This means we cannot respond to you individually but your report will help us understand and respond to these issues across the University.

Speak to a Student Services Officer about your options

Team members in the Vulnerable Students’ Support Service can listen and help you identify the options available to you within the University and through external support agencies. To contact a Student Services Officer, email vulnerable-students@bristol.ac.uk or call +44 (0)117 3310419.

Make a complaint

Follow the guidelines under the Acceptable Behaviour Policy (PDF, 460kB) to make a complaint about the behaviour of another student or a member of University staff. Complaints about the University can be submitted through the Student Complaints Procedure (PDF, 69kB). You can also speak to Philippa Guereca, the University’s Student Complaints Officer, for advice. Email student-complaints@bristol.ac.uk or call +44 (0)117 3941820.

Reporting staff concerns

Report anonymously

When the Report and Support tool launches you will be able to report your experiences or concerns without giving us your name. This means we cannot respond to you individually but your report will help us understand and respond to these issues across the University.

Get informal advice about your options

If you don’t want to speak to your line manager or Human Resources you can contact an Acceptable Behaviour Advisor for informal advice.

Report to your line manager or Human Resources or make a formal complaint

Contact your line manager or Human Resources team directly.

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