Reporting security, theft and related concerns

If you need to report a security, theft, fraud or related incident or concern on campus, telephone University Security immediately.

Important phone numbers

University security

Police non-emergency number

  • 105
  • (1)105 if using a University landline

Police emergency number

Use this number for serious emergency incidents, when you are afraid for your safety or those around you.

  • 111 

Whistleblower hotline

  • 0800 100 526

Security actions

University Security officers will attend the incident, investigate the circumstances, prepare a security incident report and advise you on what further steps to take.

If you have left the campus, it is important that University Security is informed of the incident.

Whistleblower hotline

University staff or students can use the independently operated whistleblower hotline to report suspected unethical misconduct including fraud, corruption, harassment or bullying.

Find out more: Whistleblowing

More information

For more information about security and safety at the University,
read our safety guidelines. 

Security on Campus Booklet.
Get it now: Emergency Response Booklet

Include on put on a different page the Security escort service. This from EDSW staff intranet If you are in the office after hours and are concerned about getting back to your vehicle, you can call the Security extension and request to be accompanied by Security.  The extension is 85000 and you should have received a blue business card recently with contact details for Security and Maintenance for easy reference.  Please try to provide 20 minutes notice to the guards as they can be working on another task and may not be able to come immediately.Unfortunately this option is not available at Tai Tokerau campus.  From

Document Control
Version: draft
Last Updated: Dec 2019
Next Review: Dec 2022
Approver: Associate Director, Health Safety & Wellbeing