Sexual Assault Resources

Reports of sexual violence (including sexual assualt, relationship violence, and stalking) and other conduct prohibited by the UC Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment may be filed directly through UCR's online reporting form   .  Note that reports may be made anonymously. Or you may contact the resources below:
For all community members:
CARE Office CARE Advocates offer confidential resources for those impacted by sexual violence, including sexual assault, domestic/dating violence and stalking. CARE advocates offer crisis intervention, safety planning, case management, accompaniments and can assist with accommodations and referrals.
Office of Title IX, Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Responsible for investigations involving sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking, providing interim protective measures, and related safety on the UCR Campus.
UC Riverside Police Department  
Other Resources The Title IX at UCR website and the CARE website each have additional lists of on and off-campus resources.


For Academic Employees and Staff Members:


Faculty and Staff Assistance Program Offers confidential counseling, referral and other needed services to staff, faculty, and their family members on a wide range of personnel concerns