This page highlights a few of the ways we do that and also provides some resources to help you keep you safe.
Our Zero Tolerance policy is our pledge to stand against any and all forms of harassment and discrimination. This includes any sexual harassment, racism, bullying, threatening or intimidating behaviour. All those who violate the policy face severe disciplinary action. If you have witnessed anything you beleive constitutes a breach of this, please contact us now.
Hate crime is when someone is targeted because of their age, disability, race, religion, sexual orientation, transgender identity or variation in sexual characteristics.
If you have been the victim of a hate crime, you can report this to the Police. However, sometimes you might not feel comfortable with going directly to the Police and may prefer to report the incident to someone more familiar.
DUSA is a Hate Crime 3rd Party Reporting Centre – this means you can speak to us about what happened and we can report the crime on your behalf.
Our Advice & Support drop-in room is now open.
Visit us to get help on a range of issues.
We operate your Night Bus service every evening during term time to help you get home safely whether you’ve been studying or partying.
The night bus operates 20:00-23:00 all week.
This picks up outside the Premier at DUSA on Balfour Street.
DUSA have teamed up with Tele Taxis to make sure you get home safe and sound, even if you have run out of money.
Give your matriculation card to the driver and they will drop you home. The taxi driver will then leave your card at DUSA reception for you to collect and pay for the fare. Terms and conditions apply. To find out more, ask at DUSA Reception.
Our top tips for keeping yourself safe wherever you are.