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Reporting or sharing a concern

Reporting or sharing a concern

When reporting or sharing a concern, you can decide how much detail you want to share. You can choose to remain anonymous, or if you are sharing a concern on behalf of someone else, you can keep them anonymous but let us know who you are. You can also choose whether or not you share the details of the person using unwanted or inappropriate behaviour (if known).

After reporting 

After you share a concern, our UniSQ Student Wellbeing team will review your concern. If you provide contact details, we’ll reach out to check in on your wellbeing and discuss possibilities for further action. Next steps may include:

  • connection to support services
  • specialist support, options and pathways if you have experienced Sexual Assault and/or Harassment
  • strategies for managing conflict with others at UniSQ in an informal and supportive way
  • escalating your concern to a formal complaint 
  • sharing information or trends with UniSQ
  • developing strategies and plans to maintain a community free from unwanted, inappropriate or threatening behaviour. 

If your report includes another person, we may contact them too.

If you remain anonymous or share a concern on behalf of someone and keep them anonymous. We may not be able to follow up your concern, but the information you share may be able to:

  • identify patterns (in behaviours or areas of UniSQ) and inform plans to address these patterns
  • monitor progress towards reducing sexual violence at UniSQ
  • consider University wide campaigns to address reported concerns
  • provide limited feedback to specific people, schools, or departments within the University.

Academic appeals or UniSQ feedback

If you have an academic concern, want to appeal an outcome, or if you want to provide general UniSQ feedback, you can view our feedback, complaints and grievance resolution information. This includes detailed information about UniSQ's formal student grievance procedure

If you don’t want to share a concern just yet, UniSQ also has a range of training, guides and self help resources to support you.

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