Safety on Campus

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Some of the initiatives that are now in place:


  • Ask Angela:  If you’re feeling vulnerable in one of our bars, cafes, or activity spaces; go to a member of staff, KCLSU Welfare Monitor, or security and ‘ask for Angela’, they will discreetly provide assistance and, if necessary, ensure you get home safely. 

  • Safe Spaces:  We have designated safe and quiet areas adjacent to our bars if you’re feeling unwell, vulnerable or overwhelmed; just ‘ask for Angela’ or speak to a member of KCLSU staff or security. 

  • Welfare Monitors (The Vault and Guy’s Bar):  Welfare Monitors are here to help with your concerns or if you’re feeling vulnerable. They are trained in first aid and WAVE trained (Welfare and Vulnerability Engagement) and patrol Guy’s Bar and The Vault each Wednesday Club Night; you’ll see them in a high-visibility pink vest! 
  • Spikies and Drinks Caps:  Ask one of our bar staff if you’d like a ‘spikie’ or ‘drink cap’ to protect your drink from spiking; both are available for free at Guy’s Bar and The Vault. 

  • Testing Kits:  Testing kits are available from The Vault and Guy’s Bar if you suspect your drink has been tampered with on a night out.

  • King’s Report and Support:  To report concerning behaviour, and access support from King’s College London. 

  • KCLSU Complaints:  You can make a complaint to KCLSU relating to our events, spaces, activities, people, or ratified student groups (societies and clubs).