While the UC Davis Police Department has primary responsibility for protecting the safety and security of all students, faculty, staff, and visitors at the campus, we all play a part in keeping our community safe.
SJA’s role in campus security is to
- receive and respond to reports of alleged crimes (occurring on or off campus) by students through the student disciplinary system,
- assist as appropriate and necessary in responding to student crisis situations,
- answer questions and provide information regarding student conduct standards and the student disciplinary system as they relate to campus security,
- compile and report crime statistics on student violations that are also crimes, as well as statistics on student alcohol, drug, and weapons violations, and
- assist in publishing crime statistics and security-related policies and conduct standards.
As provided by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998, anyone may request and receive a copy of the Security Report for the University of California, Davis, campus.
The UC Davis Campus Security Report is available on-line and in print, and includes
- Crime statistics for the past three years occurring on campus or at the UC Davis Medical Center, in off-campus buildings and property owned or controlled by UC Davis, at on or off-campus buildings owned or controlled by registered student organizations, or on public property adjacent to campus or to the Medical Center.
- Campus policies and practices relating to security and safety, such as how to report sexual assault and other crimes; information about UC Davis crime prevention efforts, victims’ assistance programs, and campus resources; and policies and laws governing alcohol and drugs, student discipline, and other matters.
To obtain a printed copy of the Campus Security Report, please submit a request to the UC Davis Information Practices Officer, Offices of the Chancellor and Provost, University of California, Davis, One Shields Avenue, Davis, CA 95616 (label the outside of the envelope as an “Information Request” for the Campus Security Report).