Immediate response team
UC Davis Police Department
Davis Campus: 911 or 530-752-1230
Sacramento Campus: 911 or 916-734-2555
The police department will assess the situation and ensure that support and investigative action can begin immediately. Provide any documentation you have started.
Workplace Violence Committee (for employees)
Resources and contact information to report for non-emergency workplace intimidation, threats or acts of violence.
Student Concern Response Team (OSSJA)
OSSJA coordinates the Students of Concern Response Team (SCRT), an interdisciplinary group of professionals that manages situations involving students of concern who present with serious risk of harm to self or others. This team of UC Davis staff and law enforcement professionals meet on a weekly basis and when needed to ensure a comprehensive approach to students of concern.
Inform the dean’s office as quickly as possible. The unit administration can assist with everything from identifying alternate space for classes to ensuring that campus administration services are mobilized.
Together with the dean’s office, contact the office of the provost. Provide the documentation and the provost’s office can activate leadership.
Harassment and Discrimination Assistance and Prevention Program (HDAPP)
530-747-3864 (Davis Campus)
HDAPP assists individuals and campus units to resolve conflicts and complaints related to harassment, discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual violence and hate and bias and serves as the central office for receiving reports and maintaining records of these types of complaints. Online: Report a hate or bias incident | email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Information Technology Services (IET)
(530) 754-4357 | email@example.com
Alert IET (or the department’s IT) to help begin managing the scholar’s email, directory listing, and online presence.
530-752-1930 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Strategic Communications will handle any incoming media inquiries, social media impacts and support, and will coordinate with the college’s communications professionals to assist with a communications strategy and any statement that may need to be written.
Academic and Staff Assistance Program (ASAP)
UC Davis (530) 752-272
UC Davis Health (916) 734-2727
ASAP offers confidential, cost free consultation and referral services to all UC Davis and UC Davis Health faculty, staff and their immediate families.
Office of Campus Counsel
Campus Counsel works together with Strategic Communications should any communications need to be issued or if legal action is potentially necessary. Note: Campus Counsel does not provide legal advice to individual faculty, staff, or students.
Academic Affairs can help academic leaders with conflict management, and engaging in problem-solving to help reduce potential liability.