The University defines sexual misconduct as:
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If you report an incident it will be confidentially logged. Your wishes will be central to the University's decision as to how to take forward an incident of sexual misconduct.
Once you report an incident, you will be invited to a meeting with a representative of the University. At this meeting you will receive an offer of support and a safeguarding assessment, followed by the implementation of any recommended safeguards such as ensuring that adequate barriers are in place between yourself and the offending party.
You will then be given a number of formal reporting options, which include:
Note that, in exceptional circumstances (those relating to the safety of our community), the University reserves the right to progress any of the actions outlined opposite. We will make every effort to respect your wishes as far as possible.
Where an incident is NOT referred to the police, a Review Panel will convene (regardless of the formal reporting option chosen, including not making a formal report).
After assessing the case, the Review Panel can take any of the following actions:
If a case is referred to the University Assessor, they will decide the final course of action as outlined above.
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