Our Personal Safety Guide provides information and advice on how to stay safe, both on and off-campus. Pick up a hard copy from a Security Control Room or download a copy:
Personal safety guide [PDF 574KB]
Some QMUL buildings have a 24/7 security presence, so if you ever feel unsafe, lost or harassed, the below spaces have Security Officers that will be more than happy to help you:
Some of the most common types of fraud affecting the student population are:
For comprehensive advice on how to protect yourself from fraud visit:
If you require, either for yourself or your department, panic alarms or other types of personal security equipment, they can be purchased from the following store - https://defendersecurityproducts.co.uk/
If you think you have been a victim of cybercrime you should report this it to Action Fraud, the UK’s national fraud reporting centre by calling 0300 123 20 40 or by visiting www.actionfraud.police.uk
If you are a victim of online abuse or harassment, you should report it to your local police force.
For general advice on how to stay safe online go to www.GetSafeOnline.org
A Cyber Security Awareness module is available for students and staff to self-enrol on QMPlus.