The University is a diverse, outward looking and inclusive place to study, live and work, and we actively promote respect, tolerance and inclusion. We are all responsible for our own actions and behaviour and when you join our community at Bedfordshire, you are signing up to abide by our Code of Conduct.
We are also committed to ensuring our staff and students feel comfortable and safe as part of our community.
Support and Report
If you witness or have been a victim of any incidents of bullying, harassment or assault it is really important that you report this to us. We are here to support you and we have trained Advisors who can help with reporting an incident or crime to the police and/or other external agencies, as necessary.
‘Support and Report’ is a centralised point of contact for all student and staff to share their concerns about any offensive, threatening or anti-social behaviour, on or off campus. It enables confidential (and anonymous) reporting of incidents and referral to relevant teams to ensure the appropriate follow up and action is taken.
It is important to assess the situation:
- Are you or others in immediate danger? If so, you must call 999 immediately.
- If there is no immediate risk, and you want to raise a concern about a non-critical situation, report this by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org