King's College London is committed to providing and promoting a positive environment for all our students, staff and members of the King's community that is free from all forms of prejudice, discrimination, harassment and bullying.

Our Dignity at King's webpages explain our approach to bullying, harassment, sexual assault, race-related issues and hate crime, including the ways students can report anything they experience or witness. If you would like to report something, we recommend you read about our anonymous disclosure tool, informal reporting and formal reporting processes so that you can make an informed decision on the method you feel most comfortable with.

 

King’s Anonymous Disclosure Form updated
King’s Anonymous Disclosure Form is one of the ways you can tell us about bullying and harassment anonymously. You can find other ways to report incidents in our Dignity at King’s Bullying and Harassment Policy.

Our updated Anonymous Disclosure Form better enables the identification of patterns and trends in bullying and harassment. You can now tell us about microaggressions, which fulfils one of King’s commitments under the Race Equality Charter, a sector-wide framework for assessment of race equality, and our university-wide action plan to address barriers to inclusion at King’s.

Important to know: The Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Team use anonymous disclosure data to support important work tackling bullying and harassment, making sure King’s is a safe space for us all. The information you give us is anonymous and no individuals are identifiable in reports produced. Find out more information in the Student FAQs.