This form lets you record a concern about bullying, harassment or sexual violence. There are some questions about what type of incident you are reporting, and a section to add a brief description of what happened.
There are two ways you can use this form.
If you choose to, you can allow a member of staff to contact you to discuss next steps. We will ask you for some information about yourself so that we can find the right adviser for you.
You do not have to answer these questions if you don't want to, but if you do, we can let you know what support is available, discuss formal and informal ways of resolving an issue, and tell you where you can find further information.
We will listen to you and be guided by you.
You also have the option to choose not to give any identifying details. You can make an anonymous report.
If you decide not to use this form, you can contact Tell Someone on 020 7514 6251 (Counselling and Health AdviceService) or the Student Helpdesk on (020) 7514 6900.
For more information please see Tell Someone: Report and Support.
Before you make your report, please take a moment to read about what we will do with the information you provide.
Student Services needs this information so that we can provide you with accurate information in relation to your report.
Once you submit the Tell Someone form, Student Services will contact you in response to your enquiry. Student Services may request more information, may arrange an appointment or may refer you to another service relevant to your needs.
Please see our Helplines and Emergency Support page if you need help immediately or outside office hours.
The information you provide in this form, and anything you tell us in future discussions, will be stored confidentially within Student Services’ casework database. This is a separate system from your core student record. There may also be other places where we store information temporarily; see 'Storage' below.
We will not share any information that you provide (or any information and advice that we provide to you) with anyone outside of Student Services without asking you for explicit permission first, unless the situation falls within the exceptions shown in the 'Confidentiality' section below.
The information you provide (and any information and advice that we provide to you) will be destroyed 6 years after your last recorded encounter with Student Services.
From EU General Data Protection Regulation :
6(1)(b) – Processing is necessary for the performance of a contract with the data subject or to take steps to enter into a contract, in all cases
6(1)(c) – Processing is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation, in the case of immigration advice (regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner) or debt advice (regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority)
Places we may store your data include:
None, unless you give explicit consent or the situation falls within the exceptions shown in the Confidentiality section below.
6 years after last recorded encounter.
Interaction between students and Student Services is confidential. Disclosure to a third party will only be considered when: