The Victim Support Drop In is a confidential and impartial advice and support service for students who have been victims, or potential victims of harassment, hate crime, descrimination or abuse.
The drop ins are in the Hive, every first Tuesday of the Month from 2-4pm
Run by the Student’s Union and Centre for Wellbeing, come and find out more about the reporting process at University, the wellbeing support available to you and how you are able to report.
There is no obligation to report and the service is open to any student. The aim of the Drop In is to give you a safe space to find out more about how you can report to the University, what your options are, likely outcomes and the process you will have to go through.
You can report to the University either anonymously or otherwise here: https://my.surrey.ac.uk/report
You can find out more about the reporting process by reading the below, attending a drop-in or, by emailing email@example.com for confidential and impartial advice and guidance.
The Union believe that the University takes acts of harrassment, assault, bullying and descrimination very seriously. Where allegations are upheld, the Univerisity practises a zero tolerance policy. For the University, this means that where an allegation is found to be true, there will be concequnces for those involved.
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