This issue is about a university in a 3rd world country.
I friend of mine (I will call her "Z") is a faculty member at a reputable university. During one of her sittings with an undergrad student ("A"), she learned that another faculty member ("T") is sending "A" some inappropriate text msgs and emails. "A" also mentions that she has heard similar stuff from another student "B" about "T". "A" offers to show some texts to "Z" to which "Z" refuses. But "Z" does tell "A" that office of student affairs handles such matters to which "A" says that she is aware of that office but does not want to report. "A" just wants to graduate ASAP and thinks that "T" might damage her as he is quite powerful within school administration. Therefore no action.
I am convinced that, given "A" is not the only student who is being harassed, "T" will misuse his position and will continue his inappropriate behavior. And I am also convinced that office of student affairs will take action if notified. I guess that my friend "Z" does not want to be a whistle blower although she thinks that "A" is being truthful.
I think that keeping quiet will only make things bad for other vulnerable students. Please mind that for a female going to university in that country is a privilege. And "T" is not on the university's radar. So I am thinking of dropping an anonymous email to office of student affairs. Is it ok to do such a thing? I mean I have not even an iota of business with that university, "A", or "T".
So my question is:
Is it ok for a person, who has nothing to do with any of characters in the story, to drop an email asking administration to take a look into these allegations?
Note: I understand that accusing anyone wrongly has serious consequences, both professionally and personally. But at the same time if these allegations are true and are left unnoticed, students and the university will be at the receiving end.