Make a Report

Promote a respectful and inclusive campus climate by reporting incidents of harassment, discrimination, sexual and relationship violence, and stalking, involving members of the UC San Diego community.

UC San Diego is committed to the highest standards of civility and respect toward all as reflected in the UC San Diego Principles of Community. The university rejects acts of harassment and discrimination, works to resolve concerns, and investigates known facts to determine if university policies have been violated.

Report Bias Form 
Why Report
Ways to Report
What to Include in Your Report
Who Can Report
What to Expect Once You Have Filed a Report
Resources

Why Report?

Filing a report helps the university maintain a safe environment that supports the educational mission of the institution. In addition, unreported bias incidents can perpetuate continued bias and erode the campus climate.

Ways to Report

Report suspected bias incidents to the OPHD office in the following ways:

If you are experiencing an emergency, please contact UCSD Police at (858) 534-HELP.

You may also contact confidential CARE at the Sexual Assault Resource Center for immediate support, counseling and advocacy. Contacting CARE does not constitute a report to the University.

What to Include in Your Report

Keep any evidence, including photographs, written notes, documents and contact information for witnesses or other persons involved with the incident. File a report as soon as possible after the incident occurs to preserve the accuracy of information.

Note: A lack of "hard evidence" or significant time lapse since an incident occurred should not discourage you from filing a bias report but may limit what actions can be taken.

Who Can Report

Any member of the community can use this form to report bias incidents involving members of the UC San Diego community or third parties. 

Report hate crimes to UC San Diego Police.
Phone: (858) 534-4357
Fax: (858) 534-6192
Campus location: Campus Services Complex — Building B (map)

If you wish to remain anonymous, you may omit your name and contact information on the form. However, anonymous reports can make follow-up more difficult or unsuccessful. For the community's greater good, you're encouraged to include your contact information. If you are fulfilling your Responsible Employee mandated reporting requirement, you may not fill out this form anonymously.

What to Expect Once You Have Filed a Report

If you provide contact information, an OPHD staff member will contact you to determine an appropriate response. If you choose to remain anonymous, the university will follow up on the incident as reasonably feasible, based on the information provided. 

Resources