Report an incident online to UniSA

There are a number of options available for disclosing or reporting an incident of sexual assault or harassment to the University, including reporting the incident online.  This online form can be used by UniSA students and staff to report an incident of sexual assault or harassment and by someone who has witnessed an incident or is a support person for someone who has experienced sexual assault or harassment.  It is important to note that, if you are reporting on behalf of another person, you must have their consent before you do so.

All complaints of sexual assault and sexual harassment are directed to the Executive Director: People, Talent and Culture and/or the Pro Vice Chancellor: Student Engagement and Equity, depending on whether the incident relates to a student, a staff member, or a visitor on campus.

Before you complete the online form, we encourage you to read the FAQs for reporting an incident online for more information about the process.

Click the button below to report an incident of sexual assault or sexual harassment to UniSA:


It is very important that, where urgent medical or other help and support is needed, you do not wait for a response to an online report.  For example, it may be necessary for you to contact the Police, or an ambulance, immediately after a serious incident occurs. 

If you require immediate emergency help, contact:



Campus Security:
  • Call 1800 500 911 (24-hours, free call)
  • Call 88888 from internal University telephones
  • Use a security phone: Several locations on all campuses are equipped with emergency wall phones for direct contact with security staff. These are distinguished by a sign overhead and will automatically dial security.


  • Call 000 to contact the State Emergency Services (Police, Fire, and Ambulance). 
  • In non-emergency situations, you can also contact the Police on 13 14 44

If you feel you need to talk to someone right now:

Call 1800 737 732 (1800RESPECT) - National Sexual Assault, Domestic Family Violence Counselling Service

This line is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to support people impacted by sexual assault, domestic or family violence and abuse.

For other support services either on or off-campus, click here.