RH Be Heard is a new way for you to report issues in one place, through one simple online form.
Universities can be complex communities, and it’s sometimes difficult to know who to contact when you need something resolving. Whether you have a concern, need to resolve complaint, or report misconduct that you experience or witness, RH Be Heard makes sure that we can help.
Reporting through RH Be Heard means that your question or complaint will be directed to the right team, first time.
If you are on campus, College Security operates, and is contactable, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for your protection. If there is an emergency on campus please call the Security Control Centre.
If you are not on campus and are still at risk, call the police immediately on 999.
Bullying, harassment, sexual harassment, assault, hate crime and discrimination are not acceptable, wherever, and however they occur.
We, the Royal Holloway community, are committed to stamping out all forms of unacceptable conduct.
If you have experienced an incident of sexual harassment / assault, discrimination or a hate crime, we are here to support you. RH Be Heard helps us in supporting you and resolving these issues.
If you submit a named report we'll direct your concern to the right team who will let you know we've received the message, advise you on what the next steps are, provide updates and support you through the process.
To make a named report, click the link below to the RH Be Heard named report form.
RH Be Heard also provides a way to report what has happened to you if you want to remain anonymous.
We take this kind of complaint very seriously and encourage you to report inappropriate behaviour of any kind from staff, students or members of the community, including harassment, bullying, discrimination and sexual misconduct.
The College understands that formally reporting an incident is not something that everyone wishes to do; it can take time and energy, and sometimes includes sharing very personal information. Therefore, this option enables you to anonymously record this type of behaviour. The information you provide will be collated and analysed to help monitor the incidents that take place, identify any patterns, direct resources to areas where there may be problems and plan interventions and initiatives as required.
To make an anonymous report, click the link below to the RH Be Heard anonymous report form.
To be directed to the best team to help support & resolve your concern or complaint please use the RH Be Heard named report form.
The simple form will ask a short series of questions about your concern and complaint and provide you with details of who to contact to resolve the issue and how to get in touch with them.
To help you identify the right team to contact, click on the link below to the RH Be Heard named report form.
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