New Sexual Violence Awareness and Prevention Campaign

Putting an End to Sexual Violence

In a new campaign to fight sexual violence, UC Davis emphasizes “consent” and calls on each and every one of us in the campus community to be an “upstander,” not a bystander.

UC Davis Upstander

For more information on the campaign and to watch the campaign launch video, visit the UC Davis news site here.

2015 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report

The latest UC Davis Campus Security Report and Clery Statistics are now available.

UC Davis publishes an annual Campus Security Report including important information about safety and security policies implemented to protect the welfare of our campus community, as well as crime statistics for the campus and the UC Davis Health System (UCDHS). This report is being issued in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998 ("Clery Act"), 20 U.S.C. § 1092(f), Title 34 U.S. Code of Federal Regulations Section 668.46, and the California Education Code, Sections 67380-67385.

The report, which includes the 2014 Clery crime statistics, can be accessed HERE.

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New UC Systemwide Website to Address Violence

A new website dedicated to reducing sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking on our campus has been launched by the University of California.

The new Sexual Violence Prevention & Response website serves as resource for those seeking support services and/or information regarding gender-based violence.  The newly-launched website also includes links to violence prevention and response services available at all UC campuses.

Visit UC Sexual Violence Prevention & Response, the UC System-wide website dedicated to addressing sexual assault, dating/domestic violence and stalking.

The purpose of the website is to improve access to services for survivors, increase knowledge of resources for the campus community, provide information regarding gender-based violence and violence prevention.  The website brings together expertise and knowledge from every campus which can now be accessed by the entire University of California community, our community partners and visitors.