Harassment support network

At ARU, we have created a Harassment Support Network (HSN) of staff to be the first point of contact if you have been affected by any unacceptable behaviours and want to talk to us.

The network is currently made up of Sexual Violence Liaison Officers (SVLOs) who can support you if you have experienced sexual violence and Harassment Support Officers (HSOs) to support you if you have been affected by hate crime, harassment, discrimination or bullying. To find out more about each role, please click on the tiles below.

Please note that by contacting the network, ARU will be able to offer you support, but it won’t launch a formal complaint.

Sexual Violence Liaison Officers (SVLOs)

Our SVLOs can provide a pro-active support and advice service to any ARU student who has experienced sexual violence, including recent and non-recent cases. SVLOs can support you to make informed choices, and, with your explicit consent, can contact and liaise with other services on your behalf.

To contact a SVLO, please email svlo@anglia.ac.uk and a member of the network will contact you within one working day.

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Harassment Support Officers (HSOs)

Our HSOs can provide a listening and personalised signposting service to current ARU students who have experienced bullying, discrimination, harassment or hate crime.

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Report an incident of harassment

Report an incident of harassment anonymously if you don't want to be identified. Alternatively report an incident and get support and we will be in touch with you.

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Counselling at ARU

The Counselling and Wellbeing Service is available to all ARU students and offers a free and confidential service to promote mental health and wellbeing.

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