Support and Report
The University of Bedfordshire is a diverse, outward looking and inclusive place to study, live and work. We actively promote respect, tolerance and inclusion as core values of our learning community.
If you have witnessed any incidents of bullying, harassment and assault or been a victim of them, then we are here to support you. It is really important that you report any such incidents to us.
The University offers specialist support for you and for anyone you know who may have been affected. As well as offering support, our advisors have been trained to offer support for victims with reporting an incident or crime to police and other relevant external agencies.
If you have concerns about a member of the University community it is important to report it. You should contact Ruki Heritage at firstname.lastname@example.org Some warning signs could include a student becoming angry or irritable, there is a change in personality, unexpected emotional outbursts, a change of appearance or if they have become antisocial to friends/peers. This is not an exhaustive list. View the University's Safeguarding policy - PDF 211.3 KB