Emergency Services: 999 

Support at UEL:

Campus Security 
  • Docklands T: 0208 223 5599 
  • Stratford T: 0208 223 4073 
  • USS T: 0208 223 7888 

Independent Sexual Domestic Violence Advisor (ISDVA)
The ISDVA service is an independent and confidential support service available to UEL students who have experienced domestic abuse and/or sexual misconduct. The service is also available to members of the university community (including academic and support staff) who need advice whilst supporting a student.
E: isdva@uel.ac.uk 

Student Wellbeing Team (students)
The University‚Äôs Wellbeing Team provides further information on  mental health and wellbeing. 
T: 0208 223 4444 
Free 24-hour confidential helpline: 0800 028 3766
The health and wellbeing smartphone app from Health Assured also provides an enhanced set of wellbeing tools and engagement features. The My Healthy Advantage mobile app is available from the App Store and the Google Play Store.

External support:

Trauma-informed service established to assist high risk victims of stalking in England and Wales.
T:  020 3866 4107

National Stalking Helpline 
Practical advice and information to anyone who is currently or previously been effected by harassment or stalking.
T:  0808 802 0300 
Suzy Lamplugh London Stalking Support Service gives support to Londoners who are victims of stalking.
Suzy Lampugh Am I Being Stalked Tool : online tool if you are worried someone may be stalking you.

Action Against Stalking
Umbrella organisation championing the rights of stalking victims across the UK and across the globe.

Protection Against Stalking
The vision of this organisation is to change society's perception of stalking and to improve the safety for all victims of stalking and harassment and for perpetrators to be held to account by the Criminal Justice system.

Report a Stalker
nformation and advice on how to report a stalker.

nformation about stalking and staying safe and includes a national consultation questionnaire. 

Victims Information Service
Telephone information line run by Victim Support directs people towards the most appropriate support available in their area. They can also provide information to people about their entitlements as victims and, wherever appropriate provide immediate emotional support to vulnerable people.
The new website provides factual information about what happens after a crime and what help victims can expect, as well as information on Restorative Justice and how victims of crime can go about claiming compensation. There is also a function which allows people to search for the services available in their local area.
T:  0808 168 9293 

Victim Support
An independent charity dedicated to supporting victims of crime and traumatic incidents in England and Wales. 
T:  0808 168 9111 

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