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Report an Incident

Incidents or individuals of concern can be brought to the team's attention in several different ways:

  • Any concern of a serious, immediate or emergency nature, contact University Police at (909) 869-3070.
  • Consultation is available from the Student Health & Counseling Services on-call crisis counselor, Mondays through Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., at (909) 869-3220.  If calling after hours, weekends, and holidays, press option 2 and be connected to a trained phone counselor for assistance. Additional information is available at
  • Student Health and Counseling Services provides Survivor Advocacy Services (SAS) to support survivors of sexual abuse, dating/domestic abuse and stalking.  All services are confidential and will not trigger a Police or Title IX investigation.  SAS is located in the Health Services front entrance of Building 46.  For more information and to schedule an appointment, please contact:  Mayra Romo, Senior Coordinator and Survivor Advocate, at (909) 869-3102 or email Mayra at  Additional information is available at:
  • E-mail or telephone call to any member of the PolyCARES team, describing the issue and why you are concerned for either the individual's safety and welfare, or the safety and welfare of others.
  • Two e-mail addresses have also been established: (University Police) or (Student Health & Counseling Services).
  • To pass on non-emergency or non-immediate information, confidential calls can be made to the Police Department's anonymous tip line at (909) 869-3399.
  • Concerning Student Behavior can also be reported via the following report form through Student Conduct & Integrity "Concerning Student Behavior Report."
  • For details on how to report a hate crime or incident and for information on Cal Poly Pomona's Incident Response Team (IRT), please refer to Cal Poly Pomona's Response Protocol for Hate Crimes and Hate Incidents.
  • Report a Title IX violation.  Cal Poly Pomona strongly supports and encourages prompt reporting of sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, dating/domestic violence, and stalking. Reporting provides resources to victims and contributes to keeping the campus safe.  Title IX Reporting Form

Referring individuals should provide as much information as is available; enabling the team to make the most accurate and timely assessment possible.

Concerning Student Behavior

Concerning student behavior may include non-emergency worries about a student’s behavior, such as signs of depression, suicidal ideation, the intent to be violent, sudden mood shifts, etc. If you would like to report concerning student behavior please fill out the Concerning Student Behavior Report Form