The University of Adelaide is committed to providing a safe and respectful environment for all members of our community.

The University provides a range of services and responses to assist in the safety and wellbeing of staff and students, but we rely on the whole community to work together to create and support a thriving environment.

This website is a hub where you can find information on support and reporting options if you have witnessed or experienced any form of unacceptable behaviour. It also provides access to training and other resources that can be used to increase everyone's awareness and capacity to actively shape a culture of inclusion and respect.

Reporting options

The University encourages you to report incidents that you have experienced or witnessed. Find out more about your reporting options.


Dealing with incidents and knowing what to do can be difficult. Support is available to help you with this.

Emergency contacts

If you are in a life-threatening emergency please call ambulance, fire or police on 000. There are support services available for a range of emergency situations. 

Unacceptable behaviour

There are different types of unacceptable behaviour. Here are some descriptions to help you identify them.

Information and resources

Information on unacceptable behaviour, sexual respect, vulnerable people and personal safety.

Diversity and Inclusion

The University is committed to welcoming and supporting all community members, regardless of gender, age, race, religion, ability or sexuality.

Training and education

There is online and in-person training available on topics such as first responder, bystanders, diversity and inclusion and more.


Access all University policies that provide the formal foundation for a safer campus.