Victim of a Crime
The Department of Public Safety supports the Sexual Harassment/Assault Advising, Resources, and Education or SHARE office and other University Departments and Resources who handle victim services. For more information about these resources please refer to the below information.
DPS can assist students who wish to report a crime, obtain safety consultations, and contact local or municipal police with jurisdiction over the incident. DPS provides critical services in order to ensure student safety. This includes offering Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) classes and providing transportation to the hospital for the SART activation or to the courthouse for Temporary Restraining Orders.
Additional Resources in this Section
- Unwanted Sexual Contact, Policies and Procedures
- Rape Aggression Defense Class (RAD)
Princeton University Resources
|Princeton University Resources|
|SHARE*||Advocacy and Support Services|
|Counseling & Psychological Services (CPS)*||Mental healthcare services|
|Office of Religious Life (ORL)*||Care and support for religious and spiritual matters|
|Institutional Equity and Diversity (IED)||Harassment and discrimination grievance against faculty and staff|
|Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students (ODUS)||Information on undergraduate disciplinary process|
|Office of Graduate Student Life||Information on graduate disciplinary process|
|Ombuds Office*||Confidential problem resolving|
|University Health Services (UHS)*||Comprehensive health services|
|Resources beyond Princeton:|
|Mercer County Sexual Assault Response Team (SART)||Evidence collection and preventative medicine|
|Municipal Police||Emergency response and law enforcement|
|Womanspace, Inc.||Services for domestic and sexual violence victims/survivors|
*This resource is confidential; meaning information given to them will not be reported. There are some exceptions when there is risk of imminent harm. See full definition.