- Are you in immediate danger? If you are in immediate danger or seriously injured on campus you can call the Brunel Security Team on 01895 255786. If you are off campus, contact the Emergency Services on 999.
- Find a safe space. If an incident has just happened try and find somewhere you feel safe. If this isn't possible and you are scared or fearful you can call the Brunel Security Team on 01895 255786 or the Emergency services on 999.
- What is grooming and radicalisation? It might be useful to think about what grooming is and how some of the behaviours are described.
- To a friend. Talking things through with someone you trust can sometimes help.
- Student Support and Welfare Team. A member of the team can talk through the University's procedures, how to make a complaint and what support is available.
- Visit the Meeting House on campus to speak with a chaplain.
- CEOP – the Child Exploitation & Online Protection Command makes reporting online grooming easy. Whether you're the victim of grooming, a parent, worried adult, or young person, you can make a CEOP report online.
- If you’re worried that someone is at risk of radicalisation, call the national police Prevent advice line 0800 011 3764, in confidence, to share your concerns with a specially trained Prevent officer. Further information can be found on the ACT Early website. If you are in immediate danger find a safe place and ring 999.
- Report and Support. Students and staff can report a concern about someone else using the University’s Report and Support system. You can choose to do this anonymously or you can make a report with contact details. If you choose to report with contact details, a member of the Student Support and Welfare Team will be able to talk through the options and support available to you.
- The Survivors Trust for specialist support in your area.
- Victim Support for people who have been affected by crime.
- Survivors UK for men who have been the victim of sexual abuse, as well as their friends and families.
Mental Health and Wellbeing
1 in 4 people is affected by a mental health problem in any year and it is estimated that around 1 in 5 people has contemplated suicide or self-harm.
- Find out more about the support that is available for mental health and wellbeing.
- Take care of yourself. It’s important that you take care of yourself. If you’ve heard something distressing or if something is troubling you, you can let us know via this site or contact the Student Support and Welfare Team.