Incident reporting form
A safe campus is the responsibility of everyone who is part of the University community: staff, students and visitors.
We all have a responsibility to report if someone’s safety has been threatened, whether that is through inappropriate behaviour, verbal or physical harassment, or other actions that make them feel unsafe, for example threatening posters, stickers or graffiti.
Please report, even if you think you don’t have enough information for us to take action immediately.
What can the University or Students’ Association do?
Security staff can help if you are feeling unsafe:
- we can help you find appropriate support
- we can investigate in cases where staff or students may have breached University discipline
- we can consult the police where a crime may have been committed
- we can look at University and USSA procedures and working practices to see if we can improve safety for you
- we can record incidents and investigate where problems seem to keep occurring
How can I make a report?
You can use this form to report a concern, or you can contact one of our reporting centres:
- University Security, Level 1, Livingstone Tower, Richmond Street, Glasgow
Tel: 0141 548 3333 (open 24hrs)
- The Advice Centre, Level 1 Floor, McCance Building, Richmond Street, Glasgow
Tel: 0141 548 4273/2753 (open 10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday)
- Student Disability, Health & Counselling Services, Level 4, Graham Hills Building, George Street, Glasgow
Tel: 0141 548 3402 (open 9.30am to 4pm)
- USSA Advice Hub, 90 John Street, Glasgow
Tel: 0141 567 5040 (drop-in 10am to 4pm)
Staff will decide how best to respond to the situation. We will take into account what you want the University or Students’ Association to do. In some cases the University may need to take action regarding the report you make whether you request this or not. This will usually be to safeguard other students, staff and visitors..
We may need to contact you for more information or to offer you further support.