Report and Support Quarterly Summer 2021 Data insights from 5th November 2020 to 5th May 2021
From the launch of Report and Support on the 5th November, until the 5th May, a total of 122 reports were received. Reports were from staff, post-graduate students, undergraduate students, and wider community members.
The data gathered includes reports from anonymous and named sources that were made through Report and Support and does not include reports made directly to Student Services, Conduct or Human Resources.
The pandemic restrictions which required many students and staff to stay at home, and restricted socialising opportunities, may have affected the number of reports.
There is limited equality monitoring data with a number of reporting parties choosing to withhold this information.
Of reports received, 66% were made anonymously and 34% with a named reporter. Students submitted most reports in both categories (88% of anonymous reports and 78% of named reports).
Chart 1: What are people reporting?
Chart 2: What happened to reported cases?
Chart 3: Who's reporting?
Chart 4: Which areas of the University are reporters associated with/from?
Chart 5: Which genders are reporting?
Chart 6: Which sexual identities are reporting?
Chart 7: Do the reporters identify with any disabilities?
Chart 8: What are the faiths/religions of the reporters?
Chart 9: What are the ages of the reporters?
Chart 10: Which races/ethnicities are reporting?
Chart 11: Why are people reporting anonymously?