If you experience bullying, harassment, sexual misconduct or hate crime, you can consider the following reporting options. All reports will be dealt with confidentiality, sensitively and effectively.
Informal options might include explaining directly to the offender that their conduct is unacceptable and this may prove enough to make them rethink their actions. It is recognised that incidents may require very assertive action to address or confront the harasser, particularly if they are in a position of authority. It is also recognised that there many inidents in which attempting informal resolution is not appropiate.
In this case, you can speak to member of staff such as your Personal Tutor, Supervisor or Head of Department who may be able to share the concerns raised through appropriate channels to seek an amenable resolution on your behalf. It will be helpful to make a note of incidents, including any dates and times so that you can give examples.
You can find out more by reading our Frequently Asked Questions.
Students in Shrivenham
Any King’s students who are members of the military or civil service and who experience or witnesses bullying, harassment or discrimination whilst at Shrivenham are encouraged to consult the JSCSC D&I Webpage (available via the Defence Academy Information Service) and to contact either the chain of command or a dedicated Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Advisor. Full details, including template forms on how to report appear at this link.