Harassment and Discrimination Assistance and Prevention Program (HDAPP)
Reporting incidents (including through anonymous, in-person, and/or online options); HDAPP is available to receive complaints of harassment or discrimination against anyone affiliated with UC Davis and UC ANR. If you believe you or someone you know may be experiencing any of our complaint types, or if you have questions and want to consult, please contact us. We are happy to speak with you about our process, your concerns, and support resources.
Compliance and Policy
Compliance, Discrimination, and Harassment Resources, the UC Davis Office of Compliance and Policy promotes ethical conduct and a culture of compliance by educating community members about their compliance responsibilities; responding to concerns regarding unethical and noncompliant behavior, including conducting investigations into violations of the University’s Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence, Nondiscrimination, Whistleblower and Whistleblower Protection policies as well as allegations of police misconduct; maintaining accessible and comprehensive policies and procedures; and providing leadership for the University’s Title IX, Clery Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, Affirmative Action and privacy programs. This website provides information about these programs and how to file complaints, and links to other compliance resources at UC Davis and UC Davis Health.
- Whistleblower Hotline
- Whistleblower Policy
- UCOP Whistleblower Protection Policy
- UCOP Whistleblower Contacts
UC Systemwide Intolerance Report Form
For reporting issues of bias, hate speech, hate crimes, graffiti, intimidation, bullying or physical violence, hostile climates, and other issues
Investigatory and Adjudicatory Procedures
UC Davis is committed to processes for investigating and adjudicating alleged misconduct by academic appointees that are fair, timely, and transparent. This page provides links to the policies, procedures, and frameworks that guide these processes for senate faculty, and for non-senate faculty and non-faculty academic appointees. There are separate sections with information specific to allegations of sexual violence and sexual harassment, and for represented academic appointees covered by Collective Bargaining Agreements.