This behaviour is unacceptable and you can report abuse and harassment of any kind to any member of RSU staff, Security, University of Roehampton Wellbeing staff (listed below) or your flat rep.
If you don't feel comfortable or safe enough to report the incident, we understand, and we have other anonymous techniques (linked below) to help you report the incident.
Another way of reporting this if you don't feel safe could be to go through the next steps with someone you trust (friend, flat rep, tutor) who can support you with the referral.
Please report anything you deem to be sexual harassment to a member of staff immediately or call the Police on 999.
The university offers free and confidential support to students who have experienced rape, sexual abuse or harassment and would like someone to talk to.
The University Wellbeing team are based in each college and they offer support, while providing help and advice to liaising with support services and the police.
Phone: 020 8392 3176
Phone: 020 8392 3304
Phone 020 8392 3402
Phone 0208392 3502
If you want to speak to us but would rather stay anonymous, please click here
If anything happens at any of our events or you see something happen at our events, please go straight to security or a member of RSU staff and tell us what has happened.
RSU security are at all of our events and are based throughout the club or building. They are trained to support you and help you with anything you need support or action with.
As a part of Roehampton's Wellbeing Department, there is also the Bystander Intervention Team who attend the RSU's events and have a particular focus on sexual violence. These individuals are at events for the wellbeing of the students and are always ready to offer support to any students who require it.
If you can't find a member of security, a member of the Bystander Intervention Team or any other staff members, head to the bar/reception/entrance area and look for anyone who is in charge and tell them what has happened.
We take all reports seriously and anyone who has experienced harassment or abuse are offered support tailored to your needs with any formal action only being undertaken once a discussion with you has taken place.
For external support: