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Fortunately, incidents of crime are relatively infrequent at St George’s. However, if you do witness one or are a victim, you should always report it. The university will always do what it can to support members of the community who have experienced a crime.
If the crime has taken place on campus, security can offer first response support. You can contact them on 020 8725 0909 (or x0909).
If you feel unsafe or need to urgently report the incident to the police, for example, if you feel you or others are at risk, contact the police on 999.
For non-emergency police support you can report the incident by calling 101. This is for non-urgent police contact and used for reporting a crime that is no longer in progress and when there is no immediate risk of harm.
If you would like to report a crime anonymously, you can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
If you feel unsafe or need to urgently report the incident to the police, for example, if you feel you or others are at risk of further harm, contact the police on 999.
You can report that you’ve been a victim of crime to the university through the Student Life Centre. The team there can support you with contacting the police or explaining how to apply for mitigation if the incident has the potential to affect your attendance on the course or upcoming assessments.
The Police UK website has detailed information on how to report different types of crime.
If you need to talk to someone about what you’ve experienced, you can get in touch with the St George’s Counselling Service.
You can also call Victim Support on 0808 16 89 111 or visit their website for more information and resources.
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