A total of 229 reports have been received through the Report + Support (R+S) online tool during the period 01 October 2022 to 10 August 2023. When clustered, sexual misconduct and violence (SMV) was the most prevalent type of incident reported, comprising 66% (85 out of 229) of the total reports received during this period.
The majority of reports received during this period were with contact details (144 out of 229 or 63%), with the largest proportion reported by undergraduate students (125 out of 229 or 55%).
The full R+S Annual Report for AY 2022/23 will be published in Michaelmas term of the new academic year.
Please note that the figures featured in the above infographic only include data that is reported through the Report+Support tool and do not include information captured through other reporting pathways; as such, they do not cover all reports made to the University.
Durham University takes student misconduct very seriously. As part of our drive to address misconduct, the University is committed to publishing the outcome of its non-academic disciplinary processes. To view the disciplinary outcomes for student non-academic misconduct published by our Student Conduct Office, please visit this page.