You have chosen to report an incident anonymously. What happens next?
This online form allows you to report something anonymously. Whilst we may not be able to offer direct advice or begin an official support and/or complaints process, your report will help us to get a picture of what is happening and consider the sort of support and/or actions we might need to take to protect our university population. If you would prefer, you can report something and speak confidentially to a Student Wellbeing Advisor or the People Team for staff through the Report to Advisor option.
If you choose to report anonymously you will not be asked to provide your name or contact details. You will be asked for information relating to your age, ethnicity etc. which is for monitoring purposes only. You have the option to select 'prefer not to say' for each of these questions. Upon submission, we will review your report and actions may be considered should there be an identified need, otherwise the report will be closed with no further action.
. You may find it helpful to have a look at the support pages
for the issue you are reporting on.
NOTE: The UCLan Students' Union Advice and Representation Centre is a designated third party Hate Crime reporting centre where staff, students and members of the public can make a report. All reports of Hate Crime will be anonymised before being shared with the Students' Union Advice and Representation Centre so that the incidents can be included in their monitoring and reporting.