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Police.UK– the national website for policing in England, Wales and Northern Ireland – recommend you follow these steps when you’re out and about to help keep you and your phone safe.
Report all phone thefts immediately to the police and Campus Support. If you see any suspicious behaviour on campus, report this to the police and Campus Support too.
Turn off message previews
Turn off message previews, so that thieves won’t see any messages about reset or login codes when your phone is locked.
Make sure you can still access your data
Do not intervene in any situation if it is not safe to do so. It is important not to put yourself at risk.
You’ll find lots of safety advice and support on the Student Services webpages.
Campus Support help keep our campus safe. You can find out more about the team by watching this video:
Report + Support
The University’s Report + Support tool is available for all students and staff who would like to seek advice and support for any incident of bullying, harassment, sexual harassment, sexual violence, domestic violence, hate crime or discrimination.
Students can use the online tool to contact an advisor who will discuss the situation with you. You can also choose to use the tool to report an incident anonymously. When you use the reporting tool to speak to an advisor, you will be contacted by a Wellbeing Advisor in Student Welfare, Advice and Guidance.
The Report + Support webpages also includes a series of support articles and advice for people who are experiencing harassment or who are supporting someone who has.
For more information about the tool, please visit our Report + Support webpage.
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Read more here: https://news.liverpool.ac.uk/2023/02/03/world-cancer-day-a-year-in-research/
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