In order to help maintain a safe and secure campus and community environment it is very important that all security related incidents be reported as soon as practicable to the University’s Security Services. It is the responsibility of all staff and students of the university to report all activity, suspected or real, of a criminal nature.
Security incident reporting is absolutely essential. Comprehensive incident reporting provides Security Services with an accurate picture of the type and amount of incidents enabling improved responses and investigations, better resourcing and equipping of the department to resolve or minimise the risk of reoccurrence.
Security incidents can include but are not limited to suspected or actual acts of violence, suspicious or threatening behavior, disorderly or disruptive conduct, theft, loss or damage to personal or university property, emergency situations such as fire, flood, chemical spills, accidents or bodily injury, unauthorised access and alarm activation.
If you see:
something apparently being stolen - report it!
an unlocked motor vehicle in a car park - report it!
a door that shouldn't be open - report it!
These are all occurrences where campus security should be advised.
It is vital for us as a community to be aware, work together and take care. Any information you provide to us will be treated with the strictest confidence.
Please report any suspicious individuals or activities, incidents or crime to Security Services on 8313 5990.
Reports can also be made through the Sexual Harassment Advisers or the Equal Opportunity Unit. We are also instituting an on line anonymous incident reporting system called "Silent Witness".