Harassment in any form will not be tolerated. Incidents of harassment will be regarded extremely seriously and can be grounds for disciplinary action. The University is committed to investigating allegations fully, fairly, quickly, impartially and confidentially. It will promote a climate to eliminate harassment and give dignity to all.
The University has a network of trained harassment advisers, whose role is to advise all members of the University community on the options for resolution that are available to them. If anyone believes that they are experiencing any form of harassment or bullying, in the first instance they should contact any one of the harassment advisers in the network.
For a list of Harassment Advisors, please email equal opportunities
If any member of staff would like to train and join the Harassment Advisor Network, please contact a member of the Equal Opportunities Team. Please note that the role of harassment advisor is purely voluntary and there is no remuneration for these duties.