Canterbury Christ Church University and the Students’ Union do not tolerate sexual harassment.

If you have witnessed or experienced bullying or harassment, we are here to support you.

In an emergency

  • If you are in immediate danger or need to report a crime you should always call 999

If it is not an emergency, you can always contact

  • University Security on 01227 782111

Support for students

  • The Student Support and Wellbeing Advisers are able to provide support on a number of topics, both within the university and also the local community.

Support for staff

Did you Know?

The University has guidance for students on how to use social media? It is important to remember to respect other people’s feeling online as well as face to face.  If you feel bullied online, please let us know.

The consequences of sexual harassment or assault are serious. Legal consequences can include a prison sentence or criminal record, and being put on the sex offender register.

Violent, indecent, disorderly, threatening, discriminatory or offensive behaviour or language, including misconduct committed by electronic means, will be subject to the Student Disciplinary Procedure.


Last edited: 05/12/2017 02:27:00