No evidence potential security threat real
Friday 10 November
Waipapa Taumata Rau, University of Auckland has been working with the New Zealand Police to investigate a potential security threat made against the University on social media last night.
The police have now determined that there is no evidence to suggest the threat is real.
Staff and students can feel safe coming onto campus today, and exams will proceed as planned.
We acknowledge the disruption this incident may have caused to our staff and students. If you need support or guidance:
- Free, safe and confidential support is available through Te Papa Manaaki, Campus Care
- Our counselling team also is available, please contact 0800 698 427 / 0800 MY UHCS to make an appointment
- More information about the University's support services for students is available at Student Support
Students and staff
- Support for members of diverse faith and spirituality communities is available through the Maclaurin Chaplaincy
- 24-hour access to confidential, professional, staff support services is available through the Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) (staff access only)
- Diversity, equity and inclusion-specific support is available through the Staff Diversity, Equity and Inclusion team
- You can also talk to your line manager or HR manager or adviser (staff access only)
Please note that this incident is unrelated to the Employment Court hearing currently underway.