If this is an emergency, we encourage you to contact the NSW Police and seek assistance from the nearest hospital. You can also access medical attention from your local GP.

You will be contacted on the next business day by a University representative if you have chosen to provide us with your contact details. You can remain anonymous, however please understand that the University will be limited in the action it can take if you are not able to be contacted.

If you require immediate emergency assistance, contact:

  • Police/Ambulance/Fire - 000
  • Western Sydney University Campus Safety & Security - 1300 737 003
  • NSW Rape Crisis - 1800 424 017 (available to contact 24/7)

You may also contact 1800RESPECT (1800 737 732) for 24/7 support.

For University support services on campus, please call 1300 668 370 Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 5.00pm.

As a member of the Western Sydney University community, you have the right to feel safe at all times.

Western Sydney University supports those who report sexual harassment or sexual assault and encourages reporting.

If you are a student and would like some help using the portal, please contact Wellbeing Services on 1300 668 370. Western Sydney University staff (including casual staff) may call the Employee Assistance Program on 1800 81 87 28.

Reports made through this portal are received by the University’s Complaints Resolution Unit and you will be given a reference number. The University commits to responding to all people making a report as soon as possible. People making a report may call 9678 7900 after lodging the report to discuss the matter further.

Your privacy is important to us. While you may lodge a report anonymously, the University may be unable to follow-up your report or investigate the matter. Information about privacy is available through the link below.

Privacy at Western Sydney University

Reports may also be lodged using NSW Police's online Sexual Assault Reporting Option