Report the incident
You can report an incident to Victoria Police or to Swinburne’s Safer Community team at any time. You don’t have to make a formal report if you don’t want to.
When reporting an incident, you will receive confidential advice on next steps to take and be referred on to relevant support services.
It’s helpful to have a trusted friend or family member act as your support person when making contact with the police or the university about the incident.
When making a report to Swinburne, you always have control over what actions are taken. We will respect your privacy and how you want to deal with the matter.
You can choose to report an incident to the university anonymously if you prefer. This will enable Swinburne to provide general advice and support services information.
Sexual Offence and Child Abuse Investigation Teams (SOCIT)
Swinburne Safer Community
Report the incident to Safer Community or email email@example.com
Sexual Assault Report Anonymously (SARA)
You can also report a sexual assault anonymously to SARA (Sexual Assault Report Anonymously) — a service provided by the South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault.