Service

This is a service of the UC Police.

Is UCPD the custodian of all campus Lost and Found items?

If I've lost something on campus, where can I go to try to find it?

Is there another Lost & Found on campus?

UCPD (University of California Police Department) is the central repository for lost and found on the Berkeley Campus. Buildings throughout campus will sometimes maintain their own collection of non-valuable lost & found items such as books or clothing, but should turn over anything of value to UCPD on a weekly basis. 

Read more answers to Frequently Asked Questions about UC Berkeley Lost and Found

Lock and Key Request Forms

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.

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

Records Request

Use this form to request release of police information.

In case of sexual assault

It is important that you seek help immediately. The campus has provided a number of ways for you to get assistance, and you can choose the ones with which you feel most comfortable. Any of these offices will be sure to see you get the appropriate care, counseling and advice.

More information is available at the campus Survivor Support website.

Immediate assistance In case of sexual assault

UC Police Department
1 Sproul Hall (510) 642-6760

Code of Ethics

two new UCPD officers with hands up for swearing in

As prescribed by law, each officer will swear to keep this oath

CalRAD

CalRAD Self Defense for Women

Offered by GenEq
Resource Center

Report Crime

Is it an Emergency?

Is this an "imminent threat to life, limb or property"?  If it is, call 9-1-1 immediately.

You can also press the red button on any of the Code Blue Phones around campus to reach UCPD.

But there are other reasons to report crime, even if it is not an emergency.

It helps law enforcement...

  • find and arrest a suspect in a crime

  • track criminal activity and identify trends in various areas

  • recover stolen property