Find out about Share and Support, including who processes your report forms and the difference between anonymous and non-anonyous reporting.
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About Share and Support
Share and Support is the University of Huddersfield's dedicated online reporting tool. The service provides students, staff and visitors to campus the opportunity to report incidents of hate crimes, bullying, harassment, sexual violence and further anti-social behaviour, in a safe, specialist and supportive environment. The reporting tool also encourages people to report incidents they have witnessed.
Making a report
Share and Support gives you two reporting options; one in which you provide your details, and one in which you can remain anonymous. If you choose to provide your details, we can then offer further options including having one-to-one support with a Wellbeing Adviser, processing your experience with the police, or starting a formal investigation within the University. If you choose to remain anonymous, we are limited in our capacity to progress your experience.
The Share and Support website offers a range of recommended support services both on campus and in the community. If you provide your details and indicate you would like to speak to a Wellbeing Adviser, a member of our friendly Wellbeing Team will be in touch. You can also book an appointment directly with the Wellbeing Team if you'd prefer. The Wellbeing Service also offers an abundance of 24/7 support which may be useful, and a comprehensive support directory.