We are deeply concerned about the disappearance of King’s Nursing student Owami Davies.
Owami is a valued member of the King’s community and we continue to hope for her swift and safe return. We are keeping Owami, her family, and her friends in our thoughts during this difficult time.
Owami was last seen around 12.30pm on Derby Road in West Croydon, south London, on 7 July. She was seen in a dark jacket, a red Adidas T-shirt, light grey jogging bottoms, slider type shoes and carrying a white handbag over her shoulder. Police are appealing for information about her disappearance.
New CCTV images show Owami, 24, walking north on London Road, Croydon, away from West Croydon.
Anyone with information should call the incident room on 020 8721 4622. Information can also be provided anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or online at crimestoppers-uk.org
This is a very difficult time for us all, not least for those who worked and studied closely with Owami. There are a range of support services available for students and staff to meet different needs, including:
- King’s Counselling Service which is prioritising students directly affected by Owami’s disappearance. To contact King’s Counselling, please complete a self-referral registration form, noting that this relates to Owami’s disappearance, and a member of the counselling team will be in touch.
- Faculty Wellbeing Advisors can assist students with support information, and an opportunity to reflect on issues relating to their wellbeing. Students can book an appointment by emailing email@example.com where an appointment will be made for you as soon as possible.
- King’s Chaplaincy is available to support staff and students, both those with and without faith. They can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Peer Support for students who want to speak with a fellow student.
- TogetherAll is an online community that is free for King’s students and staff. In TogetherAll, you can join forum conversations and access helpful resources. This platform is available 24/7.
- King’s Employee Assistance Programme is a free support service available to staff and their immediate family members.
Updated on Thursday 18 August