In an emergency, dial 911 to contact local law enforcement
You may want to contact the campus advocate to discuss your options before you report, and it is your right to have an advocate present while you talk to law enforcement or campus officials.
- UC Merced Campus Advocate: 209-386-2051
- Valley Crisis Center 24-hour hotline: 209-722-4357
- CARE Resources and Referral Sheet
If you are a survivor of sexual violence, dating/domestic violence and/or stalking, you have the choice to report these crimes to law enforcement and/or the Student Judicial Affairs (SJA) Office. They may investigate and pursue action against perpetrators if the survivor so desires.
In compliance with Jeanne Clery Act disclosure requrements, the Annual Security Report is available on the UCMPD Website here.
Reports of student misconduct may be submitted by email, fax, or by delivery to the Student Conduct Office (reports may be submitted confidentially and the Student Conduct Staff may help you to evaluate whether a misconduct report is appropriate and in preparing the report). The Student Conduct Office is open for these purposes during normal business hours. If you have any additional questions or concerns, you can contact the office at 209-228-5433.
For any questions or concerns regarding discrimination, harrassment, or sexual harrassment, contact Michael Salvador at 209-285-9510 or by email at email@example.com.
For more information about UC Merced's policies and procedures surrounding sexual violence and harassment, visit http://policy.ucop.edu/doc/4000385/SVSH.
To file your report of sexual violence, discrimination and/or sexual harassment online, or to learn your reporting options, please use the OPHD reporting Discrimination and Harassment Complaint Form site.
The Office of Ethics, Compliance, Audit and Risk provides direction, guidance and resources to assist the campus in creating and maintaining a positive and healthy learning, working and living environment.
BIRST in a University-wide team that receives information about bias incidents from individuals who have been a target of or witnessed an act of bias.