The College will not be able to identify or contact you. Anonymous disclosures are used to build our understanding of what is happening at Imperial, review patterns, and inform the College approach to harassment and bullying. Anonymous disclosures will not result in an investigation or formal action relating to an individual incident. If you would prefer, you can disclose with your details and request to speak to an Adviser.
If an incident is very serious (e.g. the safety of an individual is in question) then the College has a duty of care to investigate and take action.
This tool is not meant to be used for emergencies. If on campus, then emergency services should be contacted through Campus Security (number in bold is the internal extension number):
Or use the SafeZone App
for contacting Security.
If you are off campus, then please call 999
for the emergency services.
You have chosen to disclose something anonymously. The College will not be able to identify or contact you, nor to offer you any advice or support.
Making an anonymous disclosure tells us that something has happened, where people do not feel able to provide personal information but would like the College to be aware that something has taken place. This will not lead to any part of a formal process, complaint, or investigation. The exception to this is if we believe there is a serious safety or welfare concern.
Anonymous disclosures help us build our understanding of what is happening at Imperial, monitor patterns, and inform the College’s proactive and preventative approach to tackling harassment, bullying, and sexual misconduct.
If you would like support or guidance on this issue you should select “the named route
” to provide your contact details.