Anonymous disclosure form

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This form will allow the university to receive information anonymously regarding to incidents of hate, harassment or sexual misconduct experienced by DMU students.
De Montfort University understands that not everyone will want to formally report their experiences, which is why this form has been developed. The university will not be able to investigate any disclosures received via this form; however, sharing what has happened helps us monitor the prevalence of these issues and helps us to remove the barriers to reporting. Your response can help us make effective use of resources and ensure our training programmes and initiatives are targeted to the appropriate areas.

For further information, please refer to the options below:

  • Academic Support Office: For more information on DMU's policies on hate and harrassment and sexual misconduct, as well as information on disciplinary procedures
  • No Space For Hate: Support and advice if you have experienced an issue linked to hate or harassment
  • The Mandala Project: Support and advice If you have experienced sexual violence or harassment, domestic abuse or so called ‘honour’ abuse
  • DMU Security: Report incidents formally to our security team or get tips on safety

Please note that this form is limited to DMU students. DMU staff should refer to the guidance in the Dignity at Work policy and Grievance procedure on how to address and report concerns of this nature. DMU employees and their families may also access free and confidential counselling support and advice on a range of lifestyle challenges via the PAM Wellbeing service who are contactable on 08081 968 186.

Submit an anonymous disclosure


  • Part One
    This part of the form will give us some basic information about the event being disclosed.
  • I am disclosing on behalf of:
  • I am:
  • What is the main reason for you choosing to disclose anonymously?
  • Do you believe the behaviour you suffered or witnessed was based on prejudice or hostility because of one or more of the following protected, or perceived protected characteristics?