Bullying and Harassment
All members of the University of Liverpool community have the right to be treated with dignity and respect, in an environment free from all forms of bullying, intimidation, harassment and victimisation. The University has zero tolerance of bullying and harassment behaviour between members of our community and where evidence supports an allegation, appropriate action will be taken.
These pages provide information on the Bullying and Harassment Policy and Procedures and on the support available to all staff and students who are concerned about bullying or harassment.
Policy and Procedure
The University's Bullying and Harassment Policy for staff and students:
- Bullying and Harassment Policy (PDF)
- Procedure A: Staff v Staff (Word)
- Procedure B: Staff v Student (Word)
- Procedure C: Student v Staff (Word)
- Procedure D: Student v Student (Word)
Report and Support
Staff and Students can seek support and report incidents of bullying and harassment on the Report and Support website. You can report an incident and talk to an Advisor, or you can report anonymously.
Sexual Assault, Harassment & Hate Crime of students
The University takes these issues very seriously and has a number of proactive interventions in place to tackle sexual assault, harassment and hate crime affecting our students.