Queen Mary is committed to creating an environment where all staff, students and visitors feel safe and are treated with dignity and respect.
11 November 2019
Find the best support for you
If you, or someone you know, has been affected by any form of harassment, discrimination or violence, you can find information about the most relevant support from specialist organisations and internal services at Queen Mary. Anyone can access our support pages, even if you don’t want to report your experience. You can still access support in the usual way too, by going direct to student services, if you prefer.
If you do want to make a report to Queen Mary, then Report + Support allows you to do this simply and securely. You can choose to make a report with your contact details, if you would like Queen Mary to discuss your options with you (such as practical and emotional support, or options for investigation). Alternatively, you can choose to report anonymously, if you prefer.
The information you give us can help to make a difference in our community, by informing future prevention and targeted intervention work. All reports are treated sensitively and handled on a need-to-know basis.
I’m worried about someone else
If you are worried about someone else, you can find more about how to help them here. You can also choose to make an anonymous report on behalf of someone else.