Check out this link from Cornwall Council to direct you to information you may need to consider in your fire risk assessment, and advice that may help you improve fire safety in your premises.
Fire Safety Advice
Cornwall Housing has a specialist team which investigates reports of anti-social behaviour and aims to resolve any issues by working alongside the local community and local agencies such as Devon and Cornwall Police. You can email the team directly on email@example.com.
The Student Support Team can help guide you to the best solution if you or a friend needs help. They also provide a range of wellbeing resources that you can explore including self-help apps with some fantastic podcasts, workshops, evening group meetings to discuss a range of mental health topics and drop-in appointments.
Support and Wellbeing (Student Support Team)
Community safety is all about the issues that make people unsafe, or feel unsafe, in their communities. Achieving safer communities depends on everyone working together to find local solutions to local problems. Find out more on their webpage or email the team directly on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Becky Nesbitt is your Multifaith Chaplain and, together with a team of volunteers, the chaplaincy is available to serve the pastoral and spiritual needs of students and staff at both Falmouth and Penryn campuses. To make an appointment call 01326 370460 or email email@example.com.
Do you live in Falmouth? Check out the Falmouth Town Council website to find staff contact details, minutes and agendas, who the mayor is, and links to key resources.
Falmouth Town Council
Do you live in Penryn? Check out the Penryn Town council website to find staff contact details, minutes and agendas, who the mayor is, and links to key resources.
Penryn Town Council
Cornwall Fire, Rescue and Community Safety (CFRCS) Service is responsible for a wide range of services that make Cornwall safer. Check out their helpful links about key information in areas such as fire, water and road safety.
Cornwall Council have a duty to community and environmental protection. Should you need to contact Cornwall Council to raise a concern or complaint about noise nuisance or waste issues you can contact them directly on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Not sure who to contact? Ask NED! NED (Non-Emergency Directory) is a service that combines the questions that members of the public have asked with contact details of those that can help.
Contact Devon & Cornwall Police
Falmouth & Exeter Students' Union is an inclusive community, where everyone has the right to be treated with respect. If you have been affected by harassment, bullying, intimidation or discrimination we are here for you, speak out.
Cornwall Fire & Rescue Service
Student Services provide a range of support, information and specialist services, and are here to support you throughout your studies. A good starting point if you don’t know which service you need, is The Compass – student information desk, who can advise and signpost you to the right service.
Check out these helpful links and resources from the Study Hub such as keeping your online identity safe, copyright information and web searching safely. There is also a comprehensive list of external links, books and tools for digital literacy and IT skills.
Technology and Digital Skills
On Your Side Helpline is a UK-wide service for East and Southeast Asian communities who experience racism or other forms of hate.
On Your Side Helpline
The Chinese Lantern Project is a helpline by the Chinese Community Wellbeing Society and offers a free telephone helpline service to the Chinese community in the South West region. The aim of this helpline is to identify isolated and hidden members of the community and empower them to better integrate into the wider society and to offer support and referrals through listening attentively with understanding and empathy.
Chinese Lantern Project Helpline