The university will not be able to take any direct action on anonymous reports, nor provide any direct advice.
Use 'disclose with contact details' if you want the university to take any action or respond to your report.
Making a disclosure just means letting us know about what's happened. Disclosing doesn't automatically trigger a formal report.
This online form will not ask for any personally identifiable details and allows you to disclose anonymously.
We will not be able to identify you or contact you directly. It is also unlikely that we will be able to initiate an investigation or formal process about your concerns. However we may in certain circumstances have to take safeguarding action.
Anonymous disclosures enable us to build a picture of issues where people do not feel able to reveal personal information but would like the University of Sussex to be aware something has occurred. Anonymous disclosures also provide statistical information, which is used to monitor trends at the University and to inform our proactive and preventative work on tackling sexual and domestic violence and abuse, stalking, harassment, bullying, discrimination and hate incidents.