Department Units

These are descriptions of units within the department org chart.

Negotiation and Entry Team (NET)

The Negotiation and Entry Team (NET) combines two specialized units to form one uniform team.  Trained negotiators are capable to handle various scenarios with their goal of defusing potentially dangerous situations.  Their main function is to bring about non-violent endings to critical incidents through effective communication.  The Entry Team component is staffed with officers who are trained in special weapons and tactics.  The Entry Team is deployed in situations which are either beyond the capabili

Emergency Management & Homeland Security Unit

The Facility/Property Management Unit maintains the physical status of the department and handles all property/evidence.

Homeland Security information and Emergency Preparedness 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.

Administration

The Administration Division handles

  • hiring and training
  • finance and accounting
  • web and print communications
  • public information

The Administrative Unit handles

  • clery and campus compliance with federal law
  • survivor resources
  • homeland security
  • emergency management
  • property and evidence

Berkeley Medical Reserve Corps (BMRC)

Our Director of Homeland Security programs is the point of report for the grant-funded student-run organization called the Berkeley Medical Reserve Corps (BMRC).  He can be contacted at sfs@berkeley.edu.

 This group is also responsive to calls from CA Disaster Healthcare Volunteers and the University Health Services (UHS).

Chief Margo Bennett

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. 

The Records Unit

UCPD offers a variety of other services to the public and to students and staff at UC Berkeley, including fingerprint services for UCB applicants. 

Quick links to some of our services;  

http://ucpd.berkeley.edu/services/background-check-fingerprinting

http://ucpd.berkeley.edu/services/records-request

form files

Form File File Name Size Last Updated
alcohol-permit-request-form.pdf Alcohol Permit Request Form 118.18 KB Jun 24 2016 - 9:01pm
citizen-complaint-form.pdf Citizen Complaint Form 113.56 KB Jun 23 2016 - 9:42am

Security Surveys

Is your office or University location relatively safe from burglary or threat? Have an officer from Crime Prevention identify areas in your work environment that may need security improvement. They can show you how to safeguard your work location from unlawful entry and theft.

Patrol

The Patrol Bureau provides primary and traditional law enforcement services to the Berkeley campus and nearby communities. Using a combination of mobile (car, motorcycle, bicycles, and specialized vehicles) and foot patrol, the Bureau serves an estimated population of 54,000 people, including over 9,000 residents in the campus residential facilities

Enforcement Units (SDU, TAP)

Special Duties Unit

The Special Duties Unit (SDU) conducts targeted enforcement activities on and around the campus based on analyzed crime trends.  SDU officers often patrol on bicycles, but also deploy on foot or in vehicles based on operational needs. 

Telegraph Avenue Patrol