If you have been the victim of a crime, or think you have witnessed one, you should report it to the police straight away. Your information could be used to prevent other crimes and help keep other people safe.
In an emergency always dial 999
If you've been mugged, badly hurt, or attacked in any way, or if you've just seen a serious crime being committed, then you should ring 999 as soon as possible.
How to report non-emergency crimes
If you want to report a minor crime, such as a stolen mobile phone, you should go to your nearest police station to report it, or call 101.
Go to Police.UK for further information
If you are a victim of a sexual crime it is important to remember you are not to blame.
East Kent Rape Crisis Centre are a charity providing a safe space to everyone affected by any kind of sexual violence or coercion experienced at any time during their lives.
CCCU is proud of our friendly, inclusive and professional community where we value the development of the whole person, respecting and nurturing the inherent dignity and potential of each individual. You should feel safe and respected during your time at University. For more information about the Expect Respect campaign, click here.