Poster reads: At LMH harassment is taken very seriously, the welfare of victims is a priority

If you are experiencing harassment of any kind, you can find out where to go for support and advice on these pages.

Forms of harassment can include bullying, stalking, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, relationship abuse and more. At LMH, harassment is taken very seriously, and the welfare of victims is a priority.

College and University Advice and Support

If you would like to talk to someone about harassment or bullying, including behaviour that is unwelcome towards you but you might be unsure whether it’s harassment, there are a number of people who can offer advice and support.

In college, you can talk to:

College Harassment Advisors (These are academic staff, who have been trained to work as harassment advisers. They ar
e available to see people of any and no gender, you are free to contact whichever person you feel most comfortable speaking to – the email address refers to the gender of the officer and not the person who can contact them).

Heads of Wellbeing:
College Nurse:
Junior Welfare Deans:

If you prefer to talk to someone in the university, you can contact:

Harassment Line:
OUSU Student Advice Service:

Policies and Procedures

You can find out more about LMH’s Harassment Policy and Procedure in the flowcharts and policy documents below.

LMH Harassment Procedure Flowchart for Students
LMH Harassment Procedure Flowchart for Staff

LMH Harassment Policy and Procedure

The University’s Harassment Policy can be found here.

Poster reads: LMH has zero tolerance of sexual violence

Sexual Violence and Harassment

If you have experienced sexual violence you may wish to consider any or all of the options below, but how you proceed is entirely your decision:

  • You can call the police and report the incident, where evidence will be collected. Information about preserving evidence can be found here.
  • You can contact Solace, which provides advice on the next steps and can refer you to a Sexual Assault Referral Centre, where you can receive medical and forensic help without necessarily getting the police involved.
  • You can receive medical attention from A&E, your GP or the College Nurse, Anne Harpin.
  • You can receive emotional support and help with accessing external services from any of our Wellbeing Team - all contacts are listed here. You can also receive emotional support from the University's free Counselling Service (not an emergency service).
  • Additional resources for the LGBTQ+ community can be found here.

Oxford University Sexual Harassment and Violence Support Service

The University’s Sexual Harassment and Violence Support Service provides a safe space for you to be heard, with advisors offering free support and advice to any current student who has been impacted by sexual harassment or violence. All specialist caseworkers at the service are trained to support you at your pace, non-judgementally and in confidence. The service also supports students impacted by domestic abuse, relationship abuse, coercive control and stalking.

Further support

Local and national resources

Local resources

National resources


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