Emergency Support for Staff

Call 999 (for an emergency) or 101 (for non-emergency).  If you do report to the police, they may take you to The Saturn Centre for crisis support, medical care & forensics after taking a statement from you. 

If you are on campus and request emergency services personally, please inform security  on 01273 87 (3333) so they can meet and escort them to the correct location.

Rape Crisis National Helpline 
Telephone: 0808 802 9999. 
(Sexual Assault Referral Centre at Crawley Hospital) 0800 0337797 for advice from the 24hr on-call-team.  You can self-refer there for crisis support, medical care and to store forensic evidence while deciding whether you want to report to the police. 
At the Royal Sussex Hospital in Brighton (9am-5pm Monday to Friday) 01273 523388 option 2.  You can access STI testing, emergency contraception and crisis support here. 

Covering Your Tracks
You may not want others to know that you’ve been searching for information or help from websites such as Victim Support.  When you browse the internet on a mobile phone, tablet or computer, you leave a `history’ trail of pages and sites you’ve visited.  It’s impossible to completely avoid being tracked online but if you’re worried about someone knowing which sites you’ve been looking at, there are some things you can do to help cover your tracks online.

(If you have been affected by sexual violence later than 7 days ago, help and support is available for you. If you complete a Report + Support form with your contact details, a responder will reach out to you within 5 working days).

There are two ways you can tell us what happened