Report and Support
Glasgow Clyde College is dedicated to identifying and tackling inappropriate behaviour, whenever it arises. No one in our community should ever be the focus of gender based violence (GBV), sexism, racism, discrimination, bullying, harassment or any other offensive conduct.
As part of our wider GBV work we are working with EmilyTest on a GBV Charter and have partnered with sister colleges and universities in Glasgow to launch a bespoke Glasgow Clyde College Report & Support website tool where students can securely submit a report, including anonymously.
By reporting an incident, you could prevent something similar from happening to someone else.
Visit the Report and Support website
The Report & Support tool builds on a range of resources we’ve put in place to prevent and respond to various issues, including our Safeguarding Team who are on-hand to help anyone affected by gender based violence.
If you submit a report about an individual and include your name and contact details a formal complaint process could be triggered and you can be kept informed, in line with data protection regulations, of any action taken. The College can also help you access appropriate support.
When a report is submitted anonymously, the College is limited in the action it can take. The reporter will not receive any follow-up support or information relating to any action taken.
(N.B. Although the College will never know the identity of someone who reports anonymously, safeguarding requirements may necessitate us escalating issues of concern to the relevant authorities who may undertake their own independent investigations.)
Read some Frequently Asked Questions here
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For further information email firstname.lastname@example.org