Rules

Information and links to laws and policies that affect behavior in UCPD Berkeley jurisdiction.

Dogs On Campus

Campus Policy

Effective August 1, 2016, the campus approved the following policy that specifies the conditions under which dogs/animals may be present, indoors and outdoors, on campus: http://campuspol.berkeley.edu/policies/dogsonproperty.pdf 

The policy works in conjunction with City of Berkeley laws and takes into consideration the safety concerns, allergies, and cultural differences of our campus community.

What to do if you are stopped by a police officer

If a police officer approaches to speak with you, that will not necessarily mean that you have broken the law.

Why You May Be Stopped

Officers may need to stop someone if

Sexual Harassment

Each community member shares the responsibility of fulfilling this Campus commitment to a safe environment.

The Walk Zone

Place

Bicylists can ride everywhere on campus roadways, paths and courtyards except the time and place we call The Walk Zone.

The Walk Zone is defined as these areas

  • Sproul Plaza,
  • Dwinelle Plaza
  • Sather Rd.  

Time

during the time

  • 8am to 6pm
  • Monday through Friday. 

Game Day

Cal Athletics: Fan Code Of Conduct

To help make sure the game safe and enjoyable for everyone, please take a moment ahead of time to learn what is permissible or prohibited in the stadium.

We recommend visiting CalBears.com to see the full "GameDay Visitors Guide".

Rules and Regulations

Members of the Cal community come from all over the state and the world. While in California, and on the UC Berkeley campus specifically, you are required to obey all applicable laws, which include state, federal, and municipal codes.

Property and Evidence

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

Individuals who have had their property held by UCPD can request its return by contacting Property & Records.

Regulations Governing Conduct of Non-Affiliates

If in the buildings and on the grounds of the University of California, non-affiliates have to abide by these regulations.