Sexual Violence Prevention & Response

You are not alone. We will help.

UCR does not tolerate sexual violence in any form. That includes sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. If you have been assaulted, you will be supported. If you know someone who has been assaulted, we will connect you to resources that will help.

UCR is committed to protecting students, faculty and staff, by empowering survivors, and responding quickly and compassionately to all reports of sexual violence.

You Have An Advocate

UCR Campus Advocacy Resources & Education (CARE) advocates can explain your options in an unbiased, confidential, safe environment. They can help with everything from filing police reports to obtaining safe housing. Contact a CARE advocate.

Where to Report

The Office of Title IX/EOAA Office  is UCR's central office for filing reports of sexual violence. Contact Title IX.

Cases That Involve Faculty and Staff

UC and UCR are equally committed to offering a safe learning and working environment. UC has a new systemwide framework for investigating and adjudicating cases that involve faculty and staff. Read more and also visit the FAQs page.