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Anonymous Reporting Form

If you choose to submit an anonymous report through the CARE website, your report will be forwarded to the UC Police Department so that they can keep the information on file and share it with appropriate campus offices if they deem this necessary.  Submitting an anonymous report about a recent incident may initiate a timely warning (campus alert) text/email message from UCPD to inform the campus community of a potential ongoing safety threat.  

If you have experienced a sexual assault within the last five days, please visit the Medical information under the “How We Help - Advocacy” tab above or call CARE at 805-893-4613 to learn about the time-sensitive option to seek a free, confidential forensic medical exam.

Though law enforcement will keep your anonymous report on record, an anonymous report typically cannot lead to a law enforcement investigation or action. CARE Advocates work closely with law enforcement and can assist you with any reporting option that feels safest for you.

To speak with a confidential advocate about reporting or medical options, please call the 24/7 CARE line at 805-893-4613.


Survivor Information
Sex



UCSB Student?



Suspect Information
Sex



UCSB Student


Facial hair (check all that apply)



Wears glasses?

Evidence of drug or alcohol use?

Was the suspect (check all that apply)










Incident Information
Was either party under the influence of alcohol or other drugs?


Did the victim receive emergency medical treatment?


Has the victim also reported the assault to the police authorities:



Contact Information (all fields optional)