Security & Safety

UC Davis Police Department

In an emergency, call 911, or (530) 752-1230 in Davis or (916) 734-2555 in Sacramento.

Non-emergency service: (530) 752-1727 in Davis or (916) 734-2555 in Sacramento.

UC Davis Safety Services provides reporting forms for concerns and incidents in the areas of animal care, biosafety, employee hazards, facilities management, fire prevention, risk management, storm damage and workers compensation, and provides a list of Safety Services staff members who can assist you with respect to different safety concerns.  In an emergency, call 911.  To report an immediate health and safety concern, call (530) 752-1493.

Workplace Violence

 Workplace Violence Information and Resources This website provides definitions of disruptive, threatening and violent behavior, and a brochure that provides strategies for dealing with such behavior. 

In an emergency situation of workplace violence, call 911.

In case of non-emergency workplace intimidation, threat of violence or act of violence, contact any Crisis Response Team member identified on the website.

UC Davis Workplace Violence Policies:

Davis Campus:  PPM 390-30 (Disruptive Behavior in the Workplace)

Health System:  Policy 1616, Hospital Policies and Procedures (Violence and Hate Incidents in the Workplace)

Sexual Assault, Intimate Partner Violence and Stalking

Center for Advocacy Resources and Education (CARE) provides free, confidential crisis intervention, advocacy and accompaniment services to any UC Davis student, staff or faculty member who is a victim of sexual assault, intimate partner violence and stalking. A victim advocate is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergency response to survivors who have been sexually assaulted within the past 72 hours. 

An advocate with CARE can be reached by callling their business line at (530) 752-3299 or, for urgent matters that require immediate assistance, contact the 24-hour CARE answering service at (866) 515-0155 to reach the on-call victim advocate.

Sexual assault is considered an extreme form of sexual harassment under UC Davis policy.  For information on the UC Davis sexual harassment policy and for a list of other resources for survivors of sexual abuse, see Discrimination, Sexual Harassment and Disability Management Resources.