University’s Policy and Procedure on Harassment
- Harassment Policy
- Procedure - Complaints of Harassment against University staff
- Procedure - Complaints of Harassment against students
- Guidance on handling cases of sexual assault or sexual violence
- University Harassment Policy and Procedures (808kb)
- Harassment Procedure flowchart for Students (40kb)
- Harassment Procedure flowchart for University Staff (45kb)
Help available to you
- Occupational Health for information on stress and staff counselling
- Local Trade Union Representative
- The Director of Student Welfare and Support Services'
- Your college Welfare Officer
- Student Advice Service
- The Proctors Office
- Student Counselling Service
- Student Peer Supports in your college or department, including Peers of Colour and Rainbow Peers.
- Sexual Violence: response and prevention
Information for Harassment Advisors
- Please ensure you are on the Harassment Advisor database for updates on Advisor training and policy changes. Email email@example.com
- At the end of your involvement in a case please complete the Harassment Advisor Survey: www1.admin.ox.ac.uk/eop/harassmentadvice/survey/
- The Oxford Learning Institute offers training on assertiveness and courses for new managers
- Harassment poster (101kb), please print off for your Office / College notice boards
- Harassment Advisor Agreement (role description) (160kb) Synopsis of the Harassment Advisor role
Have you experienced racism or hate crime?
- Anyone who is a victim of, or witness to, a hate crime in the local area is advised to contact the police (on 999, in an emergency, or 101, in a non-emergency, 24 hours a day).
- If you would prefer to report a hate crime in confidence, please contact the Hate Crime Network on 0300 1234 148 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111