I Need Help
If you are a staff member, student or visitor at King’s and have experienced sexual misconduct, harassment or hate crime, regardless of whether it has taken place on campus, in residences, union spaces or off- campus, King’s is able to provide support and advice.
If you are a student in and need urgent help on campus, you can contact emergency services at any campus security desk.
Are you in immediate danger?
In cases of emergency you can always dial 999, or make your way to any Accident & Emergency (A&E) department at your local hospital.
- If you are in danger on campus or in a university residence, you can report the incident to a member of security staff or to the residence warden
- If you have been sexually assaulted should seek professionalmedical help as soon as possible, either through your local hospital or a Sexual Assault Referral Centre.
- Sexual assault referral centres (SARCs) offer medical, practical and emotional support. They have specially trained doctors, nurses and support workers to care for you. You can find your nearest SARC by calling the NHS 111 non-emergency service or by using Sexual Assault Referral Centre Finder.
Do you need to talk someone for help?
If you feel that you are experiencing sexual misconduct, harassment or hate crime in any form by a member of staff or other students, you should not feel that you have to tolerate it. Regardless of whether it has taken place on campus, in residences, union spaces or outside the university, King’s are able to provide support and advice or signpost to external support services.
For information on how to support someone you know, see our Support Someone page.
Do you want to take action?
There are a range of options available for staff, students and visitors to King’s to take action to address sexual misconduct, harassment and hate crime. When taking action, we recognise how important it is that you feel in control. To find out more about internal and external processes, you can visit our Reporting at King’s pages.