The report and support tool is intended for use by students who are reporting issues from within the student community. It is not intended to be used by members of the public.
Guidance for neighbours with concerns about anti-social behaviour from University of Bristol students
We expect students to behave in a way that is respectful and courteous of their neighbours and other members of their community and not to engage in anti-social behaviour.
We work in partnership with the University of the West of England Community Liaison teams, Bristol City Council Neighbourhood Enforcement and Avon and Somerset Police.
We do not have legal enforcement powers in many situations so it may be more appropriate to contact the relevant organisations that do.
If you are experiencing a problem with student behaviour in your neighbourhood, we recommend trying to resolve the issue informally first. Speak to the landlord or letting agency, and/or contact the appropriate organisation.
If the issue isn’t resolved or you need further support, you can report it to the University. We will formally communicate with students who behave in an unacceptable manner to resolve and monitor problems. You can find more information about reporting student behaviour to the University here.
Guidance for members of the public who have experienced unacceptable behaviour from University of Bristol students
We expect all University of Bristol students to treat others with respect and act according to our Student Disciplinary Regulations.
If you have experienced anything from a University of Bristol student which you feel is in breach of these rules and regulations and would like to report this to the University, please get in touch with the Student Resolution Service by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. A member of the team can talk you through.