Zero Tolerance

Reporting an incident

If you are in immediate danger or seriously injured, call 999 to speak to the emergency services. You can also report non-emergency crimes on 101.

If you have experienced any form of harassment, sexual harassment or assault, hate crime, bullying or victimisation, you can find several tools to report it here. If you’re unsure about how you’d define your experience, have a read through each section and see what method of reporting feels right for you.

It is completely your choice to report something that’s happened to you. It can often be a really scary or daunting prospect to report an incident, but there is so much support available to help you if you decide to. You can find more information about the support available here.

Bullying and harassment

If you’ve experienced unwanted conduct which has the purpose or effect of violating your dignity or creates an interrogating, degrading, hostile, offensive or humiliating environment.

Sexual harassment

If you’ve experienced unwanted behaviour of a sexual nature which violates your dignity, makes you feel intimidated, degraded or humiliated or has created a hostile/offensive environment.

Sexual assault

If you’ve experienced an act of physical, psychological and emotional violation in the form of a sexual act, inflicted on you without your consent. It can involve forcing or manipulating you to witness or participate in any sexual acts.

Hate crime 

If you’ve experienced criminal behaviour where the perpetrator is motivated by hostility or demonstrates hostility towards you based on your characteristics or perceived characteristics.

Discrimination 

If you’ve been treated unfairly because of your characteristics or perceived characteristics.