We believe that sexual violence, sexual harassment, relationship abuse, bullying, harassment and hate crime are never OK and we want you to feel confident that reporting of any incidents at CCCU will be taken seriously.
If you have witnessed or experienced bullying or harassment, we are here to support you.
Report and Support
All staff, students and visitors to our campus can report something either anonymously or with contact details via our online reporting tool. If you provide your name, one of our advisers will be in contact within 3 working day. Reports can be about an individual, a group of people or cultures.
Access report and Support
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 contact
- University Security on 01227 782111
SafeZone is a safety app which Canterbury Christ Church University is making available to all its students and staff at all its campuses. The app allows you to alert University Security if you ever need urgent assistance, first aid or if you have an emergency while on campus via your mobile phone. For further information click here.
If you need to talk things through:
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.