We understand that this might be a difficult time for you. We thank you for taking the time to report your issue and want to assure you that your report will be taken seriously.
Choosing to report anonymously means The Open University won’t be able to contact you to offer any advice or support. Reporting anonymously will not lead to formal action being taken. If you would prefer that action is taken, then please report with contact details
and we will be in touch with you usually within three working days.
Making an anonymous report informs The Open University that something has happened and allows us to better understand the prevalence of issues within the University.
Please view our flowcharts
for a better understanding of what happens once you submit a report.
At the end of this form, we will ask some questions about you which are optional
and can be skipped. This is so that we can monitor the different experiences of certain groups and be able to take more focused action. Completing these questions will help us analyse results accurately. All results will be published in an anonymised way and raw data will not be provided for counts less than 5.
The information contained in this report will only be passed on to relevant staff members on a strictly need to know basis and in line with our privacy notice
. The Open University will not disclose any personal or identifiable information to others, except as set out in the Safeguarding Policy.
Your data is important to us. Please be assured that all information you submit to us is treated with the utmost confidentiality.
By submitting this form you agree that you have read the above and to the use of your information as described.