The University is committed to providing a safe and respectful environment for all members of our community. In addition to providing advice and support, the University is able to investigate and take action in relation to reports of inappropriate, concerning or threatening behaviour.
This form is for making a formal report to the University about an issue or incident that has occurred. Incidents reported to the University are formally recorded and investigated. Where appropriate you may be encouraged to report an incident to the police, and support to do this is available.
You can also contact the 1800 572 224 National Universities support line that is available 24/7.
We aim to respond to all incidents within 2 business days.
It's understandable that you may feel anxious about reporting an incident, however the University encourages you to make a report so that we can take steps to protect you and other members of the University community. The following process is designed to ensure that you receive support and protection in reporting your incident.
Once you have completed a report it will be sent to the Executive Officer of the Behaviour and Conduct Committee, as part of the Student Behaviour and Conduct Procedure. The Executive Officer may take immediate steps to protect your safety and the safety of other students. This might involve, excluding the accused from the University while an investigation occurs. Security services can also arrange protection and support for you to ensure your safety on campus. This includes a free security escort for you while on campus (available also after hours).
The Executive Officer may refer the report to the Behaviour and Conduct Committee for investigation. The Behaviour and Conduct Committee comprises:
- Executive Director, Division of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Academic)
- Manager, Student Affairs
- Student Affairs Officers (2)
- Associate Director, Student Life
- Associate Director, Legal Services
The Committee may also liaise with other staff as required.
If the accused is a student, following any investigation they may be referred to the Student Misconduct Tribunal for potential disciplinary action. Penalties vary from permanent expulsion from the University, to exclusion or suspension for a specified period.
If the accused is a member of University staff, when appropriate they will be referred to their supervisor for possible disciplinary action.
If you wish to report any incident to SA Police, the University can support you with this.
Submit a report
We encourage you to report an incident to enable the University to take action. Please complete the form below with as much information as you feel comfortable to share. If you would like support to complete this form, please call 8313 1200 from Monday to Friday between 9am – 5pm.
If you require immediate assistance, please refer to these emergency contacts.
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