Seeking support for sexual assault, harassment or violence

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As a member of the Charles Sturt University community, we all have the right to feel safe at all times.

Charles Sturt University has ZERO tolerance for sexual assault or harassment. If this has happened to you, or you have witnessed this behaviour, or a student has disclosed this to you, our Prevention and Support Specialist team are here to support you via the reporting form below.

If you need immediate emergency assistance

  • call 000 for emergency assistance from the police or an ambulance.
  • for help on campus, contact Campus Security on 1800 931 633
  • you can contact the NSW Police (131 444) and seek assistance from the nearest hospital, or access medical attention from your local GP.

If you need to talk to someone, you can


Your privacy is important to us. You can remain anonymous, however please understand that the University will be limited in the action it can take if you can't be contacted.

Staff and student leaders submitting this form on behalf of another, please fill in your contact details so we can also provide you consultative support.

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Who are you seeking support for?
About you
Your relationship to Charles Sturt
If you're seeking support for someone else
The person who experienced the incident is:

The Charles Sturt University community includes people who are: students and staff on exchange from other institutions; contractors and consultants performing work on University sites or on behalf of the University; visiting academics and persons with academic status; any volunteer in the University workplace and study environment; employees of controlled entities, Centres and Institutes, and affiliated clubs and associations.

Incident details
The incident relates to the actions of:
Is the specific date of the incident known?
If date is known, please indicate it here:
If the date isn't know, what was the time frame of incident?
Did the incident occur on or off campus?

Sometimes completing this form can feel overwhelming. If you would like help to complete the form or to speak with Prevention and Support Specialist by emailing on


Please provide the information you are comfortable with for this question.

Contact details
Next steps

Using the details above, the Prevention and Support Specialist from the Division of Safety, Security and Wellbeing will contact you to check in and provide any information or support you would like. This includes how to access confidential counselling and ongoing support if you have made a disclosure or the next steps if you would like to make a formal report.

Once you submit this form, you will receive an email confirming we have received your submission and we will contact you within 72 hours.