Our department recognizes that few, if any, events that may occur in one’s life can compare to the potentially traumatizing effects of being a victim of crime. The UC Davis Police Department is committed to provide support to anyone who may become a victim of crime while on the UC Davis campus.
On-Call Victim Advocates
The UC Davis Center for Advocacy, Resources and Education (CARE) has victim advocates available 24-hours a day, seven days a week, to provide support for victims of actual or threatened violence.
All advocacy services are confidential, free, and available to any UC Davis affiliate, including: undergraduate, graduate and professional students, faculty, academic appointees, and staff.
The CARE program is administered by the UC Davis Office of the Provost.
Emergency contact numbers
- Davis (530) 752-1230
- Sacramento (916) 734-2555
UC Davis Non-Emergency Service
- (530) 752-8943
Contact a CARE Victim Advocate
Marsy's Card and Resources (Victims' Bill of Rights Act of 2008):
Victim Compensation Information:
The UC Davis Police Department is required to report incidents of crime to the campus community. Please visit the Clery Center website to see the standards and requirements.