Definitions

Law enforcement shall determine if reported incidents meet these and other legal definitions of crime. For more information, review laws and policies.

Report Stalking

Stalking

Every case of stalking must be considered as potentially dangerous, and early intervention is critical. UCPD's Threat Management Unit (TMU) takes incidents of stalking seriously and officers have extensive experience coping with stalkers, developing safety plans for targets, and intervening when appropriate. Ask for the TMU detective at (510) 642-6760 when you have questions about steps you can take which may further ensure your safety. Additional resources for making a safety plan are

Report unwanted communications

Harrassing or annoying communications, whether made by phone or any other electronic communications device, might include calls made by pranksters randomly or calls made intentionally by people with whom you have been acquainted. They can include calls at hours when you are sleeping; frequent pointless calls; calls where the caller says nothing; or obscene calls.

Crime Alerts

[[{"attributes":{},"fields":{}}]]

The UC Berkeley Private Group has been set up to deliver Crime Alerts to the entire Berkeley community via their berkeley.edu email address. Community members who are not affiliated can still sign up to receive UC Berkeley Clery Timely Warnings. Please refer to our Nixle page.

Major Clery Reportable Crimes

These are the definitions of crimes reportable in the UC Berkeley Annual Security Report

Murder and Non-negligent Manslaughter

The willful (non-negligent) killing of one human being by another. NOTE: Deaths caused by negligence, attempts to kill, assaults to kill, suicides, accidental deaths, and justifiable homicides are excluded.

How to Report Crime

In the event of an emergency, call 911.

Dialing 911 from a landline anywhere on campus, or dialing (510) 642-3333 from a cell phone will connect to UCPD's dispatch center as an emergency call.

What do I do if I think I have been robbed?

I have lost something and I think it was stolen from me. Does this happen a lot?

Unfortunately, theft is by far the most common crime on campus property. Learn more about theft prevention. You can reduce the incidence of theft by reporting suspicious persons and adhering to Access Control policies by not holding cardkey protected doors open for unknown people.

Clery Compliance for University-Sponsored Student Travel, Study Abroad, and Field Study Programs

Under the Clery Act, the university is required to collect and publish statistics on crimes occurring on campus, and on "non-campus property." 

Non-Campus Property is defined in the Act as: Property outside the contiguous border of the campus that is "owned or controlled" by the university

Clery-Reportable Geographic Locations

Offenses must be reported according to their occurrence in the following locations, or geographic categories: