We’re sorry to hear that something has happened to you or someone you know, and we are glad that you are choosing to report this. We understand that it might be daunting to report this, but please be assured that we are here to support you and are committed to addressing issues that are raised.
As you have chosen to report anonymously, we will not be able to offer direct advice or initiate contact with you and your report will not instigate any part of a formal process or complaint. Reporting anonymously does not require you to identify yourself or the person(s) you are reporting on.
The information you give us today will help us better understand the issues within the University and our community, to monitor patterns and trends, and inform our prevention of and response to inappropriate behaviours.
Any details contained within the anonymous report will remain private and confidential and not shared outside of the relevant team (for students it's Student Wellbeing and Disability Support and for staff it's People and Culture), unless there are serious concerns about an identifiable individual’s safety or welfare.
If when submitting your report you think you would like to speak to someone, or need direct support or guidance, please choose to report with contact details. Alternatively, if you would like to talk to somebody before deciding whether to report something, there are many forms of support available to you at Cranfield listed on this page
Your data is important to us. We won't collect or store any information that is not in line with our privacy notice