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It’s important that you feel safe whilst you study at Warwick. Whether you live on campus, in the local community or elsewhere, if you have concerns about your safety or are a victim of crime, feel free to contact Wellbeing Support Services for initial advice and support.

Police personal safety advice drop-ins

Staff and students can ask questions and get advice on any issue

All sessions run from 12-2pm

First Floor Library (by the lifts)

20th November 2019

2nd Dec 2019

22nd Jan 2020

10th Feb 2020

16th March 2020

16th April 2020

18th May 2020

22nd June 2020

Emergency contact details

If you require out-of-hours emergency support, please contact the Community Safety Gatehouse on 024 7652 2222 or internal extension 22222. If you use a mobile to call for an emergency service (999), you should also then dial 024 7652 2222. This alerts the University's Community Safety and will enable the emergency vehicle to be speedily escorted to where it is required on the campus.

Incident Reporting Form

The University is working closely with the police and other stakeholders to reduce crime and we want you to report incidents that have happened to you. This enables us to understand the size and scope of the problem, so that we can provide appropriate support for you. Completing the form below does not create a formal report to the police.

Types of incident may include, for example; threats of violence, verbal abuse, physical violence, theft, damage to personal property and damage to accommodation.

If the incident relates to sexual violence, please view our sexual violence prevention and support pages to report the incident via this Incident Form

Who else might be able to help?