Reimagining UC Berkeley Campus and Community Safety Program

Program Overview

“We acknowledge that, over the years, the scope of law enforcement has grown, and it is time to re-assess it. We will focus the scope of police responsibilities on law enforcement, identifying opportunities to move responsibilities currently housed in the police department to other campus units, beginning with emergency management, Live Scan fingerprinting, access to buildings, and compliance with the crime reporting and transparency requirements of the Clery Act.

We will create a team of mental health professionals to serve as first responders in wellness checks and mental health emergencies in an effort to reduce the role of armed officers in non-criminal calls.

In order to make Sproul Hall an even more student-focused location, we will identify a site to which we will relocate the police department. We recognize that this area, so close to the front door and heart of the campus, can be made more welcoming.”

- Chancellor Christ 6/18/2020 email to campus

Program Details

Program Charter (Expand)

Problem Statement

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Objectives

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Success Metrics

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Program Leaders

  • Sponsor: Chancellor Carol Christ
  • Program Manager: Russ Ballati
  • Steering Committee: Marc Fisher, Khira Grisgavage, Ann Jeffrey, Margo Bennett
  • Change Manager: Chris DeMarco
  • Process Lead: Nick Endsley

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Program Projects

The Reimagining UC Berkeley Campus and Community Safety Program includes seven projects. Click on the particular project to learn more about its scope. 

Project Project Health Project Phase
Clery Act Office -- Completed
Fingerprinting -- Completed
Independent Advisory Board (IAB) Recommendations On Track Transition & Close
Campus Mobile Crisis Response On Track Build and Implement
Office of Emergency Management -- Completed
Relocation -- On Hold
Security Technology -- Completed

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Program Milestones

Program Status

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