Whether you have been directly affected, are a witness to an incident or a support person, you may choose to make a report through the UNSW Gendered Violence Portal.  Reports can be made anonymously and will remain confidential unless specifically stated by the person making the report.

You can report:

Current or past incidents 

An incident of gendered violence that has happened to you online, on a UNSW campus, in UNSW student accommodation or during a UNSW activity where you or the other person involved are a UNSW student or staff member.

Incidents that happened to others

An incident that happened to someone else who is a UNSW student or staff member. 

Incidents affecting your current ability to work or study at UNSW

You can report this even if the incident is not recent, and did not happen on a UNSW campus or in UNSW student accommodation, or during a UNSW activity.

If you require immediate emergency assistance, contact UNSW Security (9385 6666) or the Police (000).

If you feel you need to talk to someone right now by phone or online, you can call 1800Respect (1800 737 732). More details for on and off campus services are available here.

What happens after you make a report?

UNSW follow a trauma informed approach. This means that when you make a report, the way that we respond to the report will be informed by your wishes and instructions. You have control over what happens next, including requesting no action.

To find out more about the investigative process and support available to you, download our booklet 'Important things to know: sexual misconduct and gendered violence'.