Options and Resources Regarding Sexual Assault, Stalking, or Domestic/Dating Violence

LACC community members may elect any or all of the options below.

The LACCD Sheriff’s Office, LACC Campus Resources, and LACCD Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion work together and may refer those seeking help to one another for specific services.

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Who Do I Contact?

LACC Sheriff’s Office for:

Robbery, Burglary, Aggravated Assault, Gang Violence, Arson, Drug Crimes, etc.

Campus or District Administration for:

Discrimination and/or Harassment Based on: Race, Color, National Origin, Religion, Sex, Physical or Mental Disability, Age (40+), Genetic Information, Marital Status, Sexual Orientation and Identity, AIDS/HIV Status, Medical Condition, Military or Veteran Status, or Status as a Victim of Domestic Violence, Assault, or Stalking Under California Law

Either/Both for:

Sexual Assault, Hate Crimes, Domestic/Dating Violence, Stalking

Community, Campus, and Confidential Support Services

Community Support

Law Enforcement

  • Call 911 if you believe you are in imminent danger.
  • Call your local police department if you would like to report a crime, file a restraining order, etc.

Medical Care

If you require medical treatment and/or STD testing, go to a hospital, the LACC Student Health Center, or a community resource, such as the Santa Monica UCLA Rape Treatment Center.

If you would like related medical evidence collected (i.e. a rape kit):

Confidential Support*


Free confidential counseling is available to:

  • Students through LACC Mental Health Services
  • Employees through the Employee Assistance Program
  • Everyone through community resources, such as Peace Over Violence

*Please note the other resources listed are not confidential.

Campus Support

(Available to LACC community members, regardless of their documentation status)

LACC Sheriff’s Office

Call the Campus Sheriff at (323) 953-2911 if something happens on campus (immediately), if you have safety concerns, and/or to notify them about an ongoing situation or a restraining order you have filed.

Title IX Coordinators

The role of LACC's Deputy Title IX Coordinator is to:

  • Provide information about available Campus and District options, including the LACCD complaint process
  • Explore potential response measures, including campus-specific options, such as a Mutual No-Contact Order
  • Help parties contact the Campus Sheriff
  • Help parties file a complaint with LACCD to initiate an investigation
  • Explore options for Early Resolution of complaints
  • Connect parties with resources, on and off campus

Resource Contact Information

LACC Sheriff
(323) 953-2911

LACC Student Health Center/ Mental Health Services
(323) 953-4000 ext. 2485

LACC Deputy Title IX Coordinator Genice Sarcedo-Magruder
(213) 891-2315

LACCD Office for Diversity, Equity,and Inclusion
(213) 891-2315

LACCD Employee Assistance Program
(800) 327-0449

Santa Monica UCLA Rape Treatment Center
(424) 259-7208
16th St., Santa Monica, CA 90404

LA Rape and Battering Hotline
(310) 392-8381

Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN)
(800) 656-4673

Peace Over Violence
(213) 955-9090

The LACC Sheriff's Station

Office Hours and Location

The LACC Sheriff's Station
Cesar Chavez Administration Building 111
Operates 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.


In an emergency, dial 2911 from any campus phone or call the direct Emergency phone number at (323) 953-2911.

For non-emergencies and general questions, please call (323) 953-4005 or you can email us at @email