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Victim Advocacy Program

The Victim Advocate is a trained professional which provides free non-judgmental support and information to students and employees who may be victims of crime, violence or abuse. The victim advocate serves all three campuses and strives to treat victims with compassion and respect.  Speaking with the Victim Advocate DOES NOT start a formal misconduct or criminal process, unless you want to access those options.

Confidentiality Policy

The University of the Pacific’s Victim Advocacy Program assures confidentiality. Student’s names and personal information will be kept confidential unless written permission is received to release the information to a third party or unless one of the following exceptions is met:

  • Knowledge of suicidal or homicidal thoughts
  • Knowledge that child/elder abuse has occurred
  • Information court-ordered by a judge
  • Threat to the safety of the student/community
  • Contact Information

    Business Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm call 209.403.0250. 
    After Hours:
    Call counseling services at 209.946.2315 ext. 2, then choose option 4
    24/7 Hot-line:  Call the Women's Center hotline at 209.465.4997

    Office location Hand Hall, Room 111
    Office phone 209.946.2428

     Our program is independent of the police. Police reports are encouraged; however, reports are not required for information and referral assistance.

    See also: Pacific's Current Sexual Misconduct Policy