We are committed to safeguarding the welfare of staff and students, so we are providing the SafeZone app free to all members of the University community.
How the app works
SafeZone will enable you to:
immediately contact the Security team or wellbeing services in an emergency
get first aid when you’re on campus
receive notifications during an emergency situation.
You can easily report non-emergency issues, such as damage on campus, being locked out, or suspicious activity using the 'Report a Tip' button.
You can download it for iOS or download the Android app and sign in using your University username and password.
To make full use of all the features, we advise you allow location services on your device and stay ‘checked in’ while on campus or in University buildings. Your location is only visible when you are on University premises and checked in, or outside of these areas only until any alert you have raised has been resolved.
Even when you’re not on campus or in University buildings, SafeZone can provide useful location-based functionality, for example notifying you of accidents or emergencies in the local area.
Please note shared location data is deleted after 30 days. The exception to this is data collected for Student Visa engagement compliance, which we are required to keep for longer by UK Visas & Immigration.
Student visa holders
If you have a Student visa (previously called a Tier 4 visa), you are also required to use the SafeZone app for academic engagement monitoring requirements from the start of the academic year 2021/22.
Find out more about how to use SafeZone and read answers to SafeZone FAQs. If you need any help or need to report a technical issue, contact our helpdesk.