UCOP Human Resources
Sexual violence prevention and response
The University of California Office of the President is committed to offering a safe environment for all members of its community. All forms of sexual harassment and sexual violence, including sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking violate University policy and may violate California law.
This website provides the UCOP community with information about how to get and give help, how to report incidents, and what your responsibilities are as a member of the UCOP community.
If you are in danger or need help now, call 911.
If you have experienced sexual violence and are not in immediate danger, find confidential support services for your UCOP location.
Learn about your options if you choose to file a report with law enforcement or a complaint with UCOP. If you choose not to report an incident, know what support services are available for you.
Everyone at UCOP has the right to a safe working environment. Each of us plays a critical role in ensuring our offices are a safe place and should know the rules of being part of the UCOP community.
Learn about your rights if you have been accused of sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking.
UCOP offers training courses specifically designed to prevent sexual harassment and sexual violence. To help prevent sexual violence, all members of the UCOP community are required to receive sexual violence prevention and intervention training and education regularly.
Sexual Harassment /Sexual Violence Prevention Training for Non-Supervisors
Starting January 31, 2016, non-supervisory staff will be required to take sexual harassment prevention training that must be completed by May 1, 2016. New hires will be required to complete the course within six weeks of employment. This 50-minute course is delivered online through the UC Learning Center.
Comprehensive systemwide website with important information about campus resources and UC's effort to prevent and respond to sexual violence.