You can report any concern relating to a sexual assault and/or sexual harassment to Victoria University. You will receive confidential advice and assistance about your options, as well as referrals to support services.
If you report an experience of sexual assault or sexual harassment at Victoria University, you can trust that you will be listened to, supported and that your report will be treated confidentially.
Contact Safer Community to find out more:
Report a concern
You can make a report to Safer Community anonymously. However, our ability to provide you with support and advice may be limited.
If you feel uncomfortable reporting, talk to a trusted friend or family member. Ask them to help you make contact or to come with you to report.
Student Counselling is also able to help: +61 3 9919 5400
What happens when I make a report?
When you report to the University you have control over the action we take. If you are a student, we will not share your report with anyone else unless one of these applies:
- you provide us with your consent
- there are very serious safety concerns and we are legally obligated to act immediately.
Find out more about what happens when you make a report.
Contact on campus
VU Safe App provides safety and supports services for both on and off campus.
Contact off campus
Victoria Police, Sexual Offence and Child Abuse Investigation Teams (SOCIT): find online at police.vic.gov.au.