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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.
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).