Curtin College is committed to cultivating a respectful, diverse, equitable and inclusive community.
We believe everyone in our community has the right to have a safe, secure and comfortable learning and work environment.
We do not tolerate sexual harassment or assault. Community members found to be in breach of the Code of Conduct, will be counselled, warned or disciplined. This may include formal discipline (such as dismissal or exclusion).
As part of our commitment to the safety of our community, we are creating a space for staff and students to have conversations without fear of humiliation or victimisation. These conversations will be kept in confidence due to their personal and sensitive nature.
We proudly commit to the national Respect, Now, Always project.
Curtin University has an anonymous reporting mechanism available to Curtin College students and staff in addition to the Curtin College support that is available.
If you are aware of, or have experienced an incident of sexual assault or harassment, see something that shouldn’t be happening, or feel unsafe, please report it. The Safer Community Team can be reached directly on 08 9266 4444, or through our online form. You can make an anonymous report if you choose. All reports are treated seriously and confidentially.
Find out more about Respectful Relationships.