Security

Report a concern

 

For emergencies, call (+61 8) 6488 2222

For immediate assistance with:

  • safety incidents/concerns
  • physical environment incidents/concerns
  • theft/lost property

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The University strongly supports the nationwide 'Respect. Now. Always.' campaign which highlights the determination of Australia's universities to ensure that our students and staff are safe from sexual assault and sexual harassment.  

For more information visit UWA's Respect. Now. Always. page.

For further information on external, and on campus advice and support services, visit Student Safety.

UWA Security is committed to the welfare and safety of students, staff and visitors to the campus.

Our Security team is responsible for responding to on-campus emergencies and protecting the University's assets from theft, damage and destruction.

For immediate assistance on campus call one of the following emergency services.
Life threatening emergencies: 000
Police attendance required:     131 444
UWA Security:         6488 2222 or Activate a Help Point

Personal safety incident/concerns

In addition to calling the relevant number/s listed above, it may be necessary to complete an on-line personal safety incident report form for personal safety incidents or concerns. Examples include, but are not limited to:

  • Threats of physical harm
  • Alleged criminal acts including stalking
  • Concerns for or missing persons
  • Suspicious person/activity

Physical environment incident/concerns

In addition to calling the relevant number/s listed above, it may be necessary to complete an on-line incident report form for physical environment incidents or concerns. Examples include, but are not limited to:

  • Alarm system fault
  • Fallen tree limbs obstructing access or egress ways
  • Maintenance/Graffiti Issues

Theft or lost property

In addition to calling the relevant number/s listed above, it may be necessary to complete an on-line incident report form for theft or lost property concerns.

In addition to, or as an alternative to completing an Incident Report form, individuals may choose to access external and/or on-campus support services; or to submit a complaint with the University's Complaint Resolution Unit.

UWA Counselling Service

Incident reports, as a rule of thumb, should not be completed for reporting threats of self-harm, attempted suicide, or mental health effects or similar confidential issues. Individuals may choose to access external and/or on-campus support services to report/address these issues.