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Respectful Relationships

If you are aware of, or have experienced an incident of sexual assault or harassment, report it online, call our Safer Communities team on 08 9266 4444, or if it an emergency call 000 for immediate police or ambulance assistance.

What is sexual assault and sexual harassment?

Support services

Curtin offers a variety of free and confidential support services to support you if you have experienced, or been affected by, sexual assault or harassment.

Online training program

The Respectful Relationships online training program aims to equip you with important life skills to support you and those around you. The program is mandatory for all students commencing from Semester Two, 2019 at our Australian campuses.

Curtin’s commitment to staff and students

Our priority is to protect and support all members of the Curtin community. We aim to foster a culture of respect, care and safety which will help to reduce incidents of sexual assault or harassment.

Frequently asked questions

Visit our FAQs to learn more about how to act when an incident occurs.

Safety at Curtin

Contact the Safer Community Team

You can contact the Safer Community team by phone or online and we will be in touch.

Phone the Safer Community team at (08) 9266 4444

Contact the Safer Community team online

SafeZone Security App

If you are on the Perth Campus, use the SafeZone Security App to trigger an immediate response from the Safer Community Team without alerting an assailant.

International SOS

If you are on the University supported activities either interstate or overseas, ring International SOS on +61 2 9372 2468 and quote Membership No. 12AYCA656047.

Online safety

Any one of us might have a negative experience online, ranging from relatively low impact issues like mild criticism or feedback, to more damaging experiences such as cyberbulling, adult cyber abuse, image-based abuse or being scammed.

Cyber abuse [.pdf 350kB] is behaviour that uses technology to threaten, intimidate, harass or humiliate someone – with the intent to hurt them socially, psychologically or even physically.

If you have a negative experience while online, support is available.

If the cyber abuse has occurred on a Curtin controlled online platform, you can report an incident to the Safer Community Team on (08) 9266 4444 or through our online form.