Administrative and Civil Protection

No Contact Directive

Any person with reasonable justification may request a no contact directive. No contact directives are not considered a sanction, but rather a lawful directive which may be issued verbally or in writing by a university official acting in the performance of their official duties. Such directives are appropriate when there is reason to believe that future contact will result in property damage, disruption, harassment, intimidation or threatening conduct, or physical abuse.

Obtaining a Protective/Restraining Order

A survivor may choose to request a restraining order. This is an order that protects those who have experienced or are reasonably in fear of violence, sexual assault, stalking or threats of violence. Contact the CARE Advocate or call the Cooperative Restraining Order Clinic (CROC) at 415-969-6711 for free and confidential assistance.