What to do if you see or experience concerning behaviour
If you see, experience or hear about concerning behaviour, we encourage you to report it. But if you just want some advice and support, that’s ok too – we’re here to help you in any way we can.
Sexual harm covers a range of sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, sexual harrassment, stalking, and any other form of unwanted contact of a sexual nature.
If you’ve experienced sexual harm, it’s not your fault and you’re not alone. There’s no right or wrong way to deal with it – you should do what feels right for you. If you’d like to reach out for help, advice or support, there are lots of internal and external services available. We can also help you make a report if that’s what you’d like to do.
We don’t tolerate sexual misconduct by Monash students or staff, and all disclosures and reports of sexual misconduct are managed in accordance with the Sexual Misconduct Response Procedure (pdf, 0.18 mb).
Other kinds of problem behaviour
There are many kinds of problem behaviour, and we take them all very seriously. They include:
- suicidal behaviour
- non-suicidal self-injury
- unreasonable complainant conduct
- sexual harassment
- sexual offences
- family and interpersonal violence
- unreasonable behaviour in the workplace
We encourage you to reach out whenever you see any of kind of problem behaviour. If we can identify this behaviour early on, we can provide helpful information, advice and support and minimise the risk to those affected.