Thank you for taking the time to review the information on this website for the University of California Police Department, Berkeley. The pages on this site are part of our ongoing effort to inform you of the many safety programs and services we have developed to support our community. You can also find guidelines about the proactive steps anyone can take to help us maintain a safe and secure campus.
These are descriptions of units within the department org chart.
The Administration Unit handles
- hiring and training
- finance and accounting
- web and print communications
- public information
The Administrative Services Unit handles
- clery and campus compliance with federal law
- survivor resources
- homeland security
- emergency management
- property and evidence
Working in partnership with the UCPD Crime Prevention Unit (CPU) and the Campus Facility Services Lockshop, the UCPD Security Technologies Unit (STU) is responsible for security technologies and Access Control, including metal keys, door locks, cardkey systems, alarm systems, and video cameras.
If you are interested in working for UCPD as a student-employee that operates BearWALK, follow this link: http://ucpd.berkeley.edu/our-divisions/office-chief/jobs/community-service-officer-cso-student-job
The Community Service Officer Program is designed to promote the personal and professional development of each and every Community Service Officer (CSO).
The Facility/Property Management Unit maintains the physical status of the department and handles all property/evidence. Homeland Security information and readiness of our police department’s ability to sustain itself through a major crisis, and to ensure the Emergency Support Function plans are maintained and tested to ensure competency and readiness should the campus Emergency Operations Center be activated
The Residential Security Liaison Program is a volunteer-based program provided by sworn officers of the UC Berkeley Police Department. Officers who volunteer to be Residential Security Liaisons (RSLs) are called upon to work regular shifts at UC Berkeley's residences, including Units I, II, and III and Albany Village. Volunteers are recruited annually, and RSLs are dedicated to a particular location for the duration of their assignment.