Other victim of crime

If the crime has taken place on campus

  • If the crime has taken place on campus, Campus Support can offer first response support. You can contact them on 01695 584 227 (24 hours a day).
  • If you feel unsafe or need to urgently report the incident to the police, for example, if you feel you or others are at risk, contact the police on 999.
  • For non-emergency police support you can report the incident by calling 101. This is for non-urgent police contact and used for reporting a crime that is no longer in progress and when there is no immediate risk of harm. * You can also report the incident at Ormskirk police station in which is on Derby Street, L39 2BJ.
  • If you would like to report a crime anonymously, you can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

If the crime has taken place off campus

  • If you feel unsafe or need to urgently report the incident to the police, for example, if you feel you or others are at risk of further harm, contact the police on 999.
  • For non-emergency police support you can report the incident by calling 101. This is for non-urgent police contact and used for reporting a crime that is no longer in progress and when there is no immediate risk of harm.
  • You can also report the incident at your local police station. If you’re in Ormskirk, this is on Derby Street, L39 2BJ. If you’re in another area, click the link to find your local police station
  • If you would like to report a crime anonymously, you can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Reporting to Edge Hill University

You can report that you’ve been a victim of crime to the University through Student Services. You can do this by phoning, emailing, or visiting at the Catalyst Helpdesk.

Phone
01695 650800
In person
Catalyst helpdesk
Phones and emails sent to the Catalyst Helpdesk will be picked up during office hours.

More information on reporting a crime

The Police UK website has detailed information on how to report different types of crime.

Victim support

If you need to talk to someone about what you’ve experienced, you can get in touch with the University’s Wellbeing team (during office hours). You can also call Victim Support on 0808 16 89 111.

Phone
01695 650988
In person
Catalyst helpdesk

Here are some other useful links that offer advice if you have been a victim of crime: