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In case of emergency

Good to know when you are at the department

In an emergency – call 112

Don’t forget to dial a 0 before the number from an internal telephone (0-112).

University security control centre – 20 700

If you need to contact a security officer or the University’s on-call staff, call +46 46 222 07 00.

Report all incidents

No incident is too small to report! Incidents could include:

  • observations
  • burglaries
  • thefts
  • lost keys
  • lost access cards
  • threats or violence

When you report the incident in our system, you will receive help to ensure that all necessary external reports and contact are made.

Read more and fill out an incident report on Lunds university’s Staff Pages

Report incidents

Have you injured yourself or been in a situation that could have caused personal injury? As an employee, you have a duty to report the incident to your line manager.

Read about how to report on Lund University's Staff Pages

Crisis and disaster plan

The Department of Political Science has a crisis and disaster plan in the event of serious incidents of varying magnitude.

The Department of Political Science's crisis and disaster plan

Victimisation and harassment

Lund University does not accept victimisation or harassment. As an employee, if you feel that you have been the victim of abuse or harassment in the workplace, or if you witness what you perceive to be abusive behaviour in the workplace, you may find information here that will help you.

Read more about victimisation and harassment on Lund University's Staff Pages