There are a lot of simple and practical things that you can do to make sure you look after yourself and your belongings.
Taking care and being alert to risky situations before something happens is always a good idea, but if you are a victim of crime, find out what to do and who to speak to.
Leeds is a great place to live and study. It's important to be prepared and take simple steps to stay safe and to know what to do if you're a victim of crime.
Coping with crime
If you're a victim of crime while in Leeds then we can help you and we can also signpost you to other support organisations.
The University's Security Service operates 24 hours a day, every day of the year. We offer crime prevention advice, patrol the campus, investigate crimes and respond to alarms and emergencies.
University emergency contacts
Want to know who can best support you? Find out who to contact in an emergency or if you need help.
Fraudulent phone calls
Be aware that a number of international students in the UK have been targeted by fraudsters pretending to work for UKVI, or for the police or another official authority in their home country.