The Best Student Life. Bristol SU

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Crime

Bristol SU believes that bullying, harassment, sexual harassment and violence, assault and discrimination are not acceptable.

Students who experience a crisis or are the victim of a crime outside normal working hours can contact the police on 999 (emergency number) or 101 (non-emergency number).

The University Security Services operate 24/7 and their contact number is 0117 3311223 (emergency number) or 0117 928 7848 (non-emergency number). If you feel unsafe on or around campus call Security or go to your nearest University building and ask someone to phone Security for you.

You can also use the Report and Support system to report any concerns or speak to an Adviser from the University’s Student Wellbeing or Residential Life Services for advice and support. Contact Wellbeing Access to do this. You can report and get support for yourself or on behalf of someone else. Please be reassured that all services will treat your report sensitively and confidentially.

As well as the above for issues such as bullying and harassment you can make a formal complaint using the University’s Acceptable Behaviour Policy. You can contact a Bristol SU Just Ask adviser to discuss and get advice on making advice.


Below is information on support you can access in the community from other organisations. 

Domestic Violence

Next Link

Next Link provide support services, and can help arrange emergency accommodation for women and girls who have experienced domestic or sexual abuse.

Call: 0117 925 0680

Email: enquiries@nextlinkhousing.co.uk

Website and Live Chat: nextlinkhousing.co.uk/