Reporting sexual misconduct

You may wish to make a report to UON and/or NSW Police. Options for making a report are provided on this page. There are four main reporting options:

Reporting to UON

  • Sexual Misconduct Online Reporting Form (with anonymous option) - This form may be used to lodge an anonymous report of sexual misconduct regarding a student or staff member of UON. You may also provide your details on this form if you wish.
  • Formal Sexual Misconduct Report to UON - This form requires you to log-in using your staff or student details. This report will be referred to the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) for investigation according to the Student Conduct Rule. This does not initiate a police investigation.

Reporting to NSW Police

It’s important to understand that if you wish to make a report to UON and to NSW Police then this will involve two separate reporting processes. You may also consider speaking to a doctor or a sexual assault worker at a public hospital or public Sexual Assault Service and you can have a Sexual Assault Investigation Kit (SAIK) carried out. This is a series of tests used to collect forensic evidence.

Victims/survivors of sexually based assault or harassment sometimes experience a number of barriers to making a formal report. If you would like to talk to an independent specialist service for support making your decision, please visit our 'Talking to someone' page for a list of available options.

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