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Raising harassment concerns

Harassment Adviser Network

The Harassment Adviser Network provides advice and support to current King’s Students on areas relating to harassment and bullying. Harassment Advisers are able to offer impartial and confidential advice to students on the range of options and support available and will take a sympathetic and neutral approach to a complaint or concern. 

When a student books an appointment through the Harassment Adviser Appointment Form they can expect to receive a response within four working days.

Students are given 45-minute face to face appointments to meet with an Adviser in person on one of the King’s campuses. If you have access requirements please, the student must let the Harassment Adviser know when you book your appointment.

If you would like to book an appointment with a Harassment Adviser, please familiarise yourself with the way in which we work and our service policies. The Harassment Adviser Network Service Document outlines what you can expect from us, and what we ask from you as a user of our service. When using the service, it should be understood that you are entering into this agreement. 

Click here to book an appointment.

Anonymous Reporting 

This form is designed to help KCL students, staff and visitors to anonymously disclose incidents of harassment, bullying and discrimination. The responses submitted to this form will also be used to help the university to identify patterns and trends in the incidents reported in order to improve the way we respond to reports.

If you choose to report anonymously we will not ask you for any personal identifiable details and the university will not be able to offer direct advice or begin an official complaint process.

All data will be kept in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. The data from this form will be stored securely and confidentially in an online password-protected folder in the Diversity & Inclusion Team. Data will be aggregated and not published unless there are sufficient responses to reasonably de-identify data. If you have any further questions, email

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