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Student Safety and Wellbeing

It is important to enjoy your time as a student and to look after your wellbeing.   Student Life and Wellbeing has comprehensive information on many different wellbeing issues which you may find useful, both before you arrive at university and throughout your studies.  For more information, please click here

While Newcastle is a very safe city to live, work and study in, it is still advisable to be aware of safety issues and to follow some simple steps that will give you peace of mind. 

Remember it is important to stay safe, both outside the University and on campus.

Further Information: 

General Safety Information

Reporting an Incident

If you need to report an incident on campus, Northumbria Security Services are available 24/7.  There are also some other numbers below which you may find useful if you are out and about.

Security Services, Northumbria: 0191 227 3999 (3200 for emergencies)

Emergencies: Police, Ambulance and Fire Service – 999

Northumbria Police: In a non-emergency situation, please text 07786 200814
If you need a non-emergency Police response, call 101

Hate Crimes:
Northumbria Police Hate Crime Information
Arch 0800 032 3288


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