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Filing a Report

Sex Offense Reporting & Options brochureIndividuals may choose to report sexual violence to the UC Irvine Police Department or local police (criminal complaint as an incident report or for investigation) or the Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity (administrative complaint for informal resolution or for investigation) or both. If investigations are desired, UCIPD and OEOD will conduct separate investigations, but can coordinate meetings to ease the burden of reporting. The police will investigate to determine if there has been a violation of criminal law while OEOD will investigate to determine if there has been a violation of University policy. OEOD also has informal and alternative resolution options available to Complainants. Regardless of whether a report is filed with the police or OEOD, UCI students, staff, and faculty can receive supportive measures from OEOD and/or CARE.

To make a report, contact UCIPD and OEOD at the numbers listed below. Or contact the Advocate at CARE who will schedule and accompany you to meetings with the police and OEOD.

 

 

Reporting Options

UC Irvine Police
or Local Police +
Address: 410 E. Peltason Dr. Irvine, CA 92697
Phone: 949-824-5223 or 911


You may report sex offenses, including dating and domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking, to the police. When the UC Irvine Police Department is contacted, an investigating officer trained in sex offense cases will be dispatched to the scene and will explain the police procedures, safety planning, and your reporting options. 

Office of Equal Opportunity
and Diversity (OEOD) +
Address: 103 MSTB, Irvine, CA, 92697
Phone: 949-824-5594


You may request an administrative investigation from the UC Irvine Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity (OEOD) whether or not a report has been filed with the police.

OEOD will perform administrative investigations of reports of sex offenses. In addition, OEOD can propose interim remedies for both parties, such as No Contact Orders, adjustments to on-campus housing assignments or class schedules, or alternative work arrangements for employees.


For more information visit FAQs: Filing a report.

Title IX and Clery Act Video Vignettes

This video provides an introduction to and overview of two separate federal laws: Title IX and the Clery Act. Specifically, in this video, you will learn about the types of positions designated as a "Responsible Employee" (under Title IX) and a "Campus Security Authority" (under the Clery Act) and why certain individuals at UCI and UCI Medical Center are required to report under these two laws.

This video provides information on how to report under Title IX. Specifically, you will learn about the types of incidents that are reportable under Title IX and the specific reporting requirements of student employees, faculty members and staff members. Additionally, this video will describe the various details of what you should do and not do and how to submit your report to the Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity (OEOD).

This video provides information on how to report under the Clery Act. Specifically, you will learn about the various information that CSAs are required to report and when CSAs are required to report. You will learn about Clery Act geography, the different types of crimes that are reportable under the Clery Act, and how to fill out a CSA Report Form for submission to the UCI Police Department. You will also learn about what you should not do as a CSA.

This video provides information on how Responsible Employees and Campus Security Authorities can support survivors of Sexual Violence (including Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence & Stalking) while fulfilling their obligations and duties under each law.