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While we hope you won’t need the resources in this section, it’s important that you know how to stay safe and what to do if anything does happen that threatens your personal safety. 

Getting home safely at night

Late nights at the library, club and society events and a thriving bars scene - there are lots of reasons that you might find yourself having to travel home at night.

Here’s some advice that you will find useful.


This Union has a Zero Tolerance stance to any kind of sexual harassment. One example of that is stalking, and it’s ongoing nature means that people being subjected to this kind of harassment don’t know how to react. 

This is our Women’s Officer’s advice for students who are experiencing stalking.

Staying safe at UCL

UCL has an extensive list of useful information for staying safe in and around UCL, as well as staff working to tackle crime on campus.

Go to the UCL safety site