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We would like to point out that the Office of Environmental Health & Safety publishes its notice of campus policies regarding use of Asbestos in campus buildings.
Please read more at Letter on Asbestos
UCDC is a multi-campus instructional and research center that provides undergraduate students and faculty from many of the University of California campuses opportunities to research, work, and study in the Nation's capitol. UCDC houses programs from the Berkeley, Davis, Irvine, Los Angeles, Riverside, San Diego, Santa Barbara, and Santa Cruz campuses.
The University of California Washington Center (UCDC) is being reported as a branch campus of the Berkeley campus.
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See more about Liquor and Drug Violations shown here at the Clery Requirements page.
Click below to see tables showing offenses reported in the last 3 years. Statistics reflect reportable activity on campus property and in particular adjacent locations. UCPD reports for the Clery-required areas of Campus, Housing, Noncampus and Public, but UCPD also reports statistics for an inclusive area we call "The Box," the several urban blocks surrounding the main campus.
This section outlines the procedures the campus follows in responding to reports of sexual assault allegedly committed by students. It assumes that the incident occurred on or near campus (at an official University function or on University property). However, many of the procedures and services described here also apply if the incident happens off-campus or if the individual reporting the assault is not a student.
UC Berkeley has a tradition of being an open forum for the expression of political and social ideas. While the University and its Police Department recognize the rights of individuals to engage in constitutionally protected free speech and public assembly, this activity must be conducted in a reasonable and responsible manner.
UC Berkeley Lost and Found
UCPD is the central repository for lost and found at UC Berkeley and maintains an online database of items. Buildings may have their own Lost & Found, but should turn over anything of value to UCPD on a weekly basis.
Did you FIND Something?
It is your responsibility to turn in any items of value to UCPD.
Did you LOSE Something?
Look in our online database, enter your item there, or call us if you don’t see it.
UCPD Lost and Found
- (510) 642-6760
The welfare of those students who reside in “on-campus student housing facilities”* is of utmost importance to UC Berkeley. UCPD works closely with RSSP, International House, and the Berkeley Student Cooperative (with regards to Cloyne Court, The Convent, Fenwick-Weavers, and Rochdale Village) to respond without delay should any of these housing authorities notify us that a residential student is missing.
The buildings on the Berkeley campus are for appropriate use and enjoyment by students, faculty, staff, and visitors. The following policies have been established to promote the safety and security of all occupants and visitors:
- Follow all posted building rules restricting use or access.
- Duplicating or distributing keys or card keys without authorization is a violation of the Campus Access Control Policy, and is punishable under section 469 of the California Penal Code.
* Campus property: (i) Any building or property owned or controlled by an institution within the same reasonably contiguous geographic area and used by the institution in direct support of, or in a manner related to, the institution’s educational purposes, including residence halls; and (ii) Any building or property that is within or reasonably contiguous to the area identified in paragraph (i) of this definition, that is owned by the institution but controlled by another person, is frequently used by students, and supports institutional purposes (such as a food or other retail vendor).
Under the Clery Act, the Berkeley campus must annually distribute statistics on the reported occurrences of the following offenses:
- Aggravated assault
- Sex offenses: forcible (rape, sodomy, rape with a foreign object, and forcible fondling [sexual battery])
- Sex offenses: non-forcible (incest and statutory rape)
- Motor vehicle theft
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act--known as the Clery Act--is a federal statute codified at 20 U.S.C Section 1092(f) in 1990. This law requires colleges and universities receiving federal funding to annually compile and publish the reported instances of criminal activity on their campuses, along with campus safety policies and procedures, and to make a log of all daily police activity and deliver timely warnings of campus threats throughout the year.