Specialist helplines and support - Sexual harassment

Specialist helplines and support

Specialist help and support is available for anyone affected by sexual harassment, including:

  • people who've experienced or witnessed sexual harassment
  • employers handling sexual harassment complaints

Dealing with sexual harassment at work

To help you understand your rights and options, employers and anyone affected by sexual harassment at work can:

Women who've experienced sexual harassment at work can get free legal advice from:

Employers handling a sexual harassment complaint can read:

If you're struggling to cope and need someone to talk to, you can contact:

Help after sexual assault or rape

You can get help and information from:

Find out about other help after rape and sexual assault on the NHS website

To contact the police:

  • call 999 if you or someone else is in immediate danger
  • call 101 if it's not an emergency

To report a crime online, visit:

When you're reporting a crime, you can ask to speak to a specialist officer who's trained to deal with sexual violence.

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