This website provides information on how to stay safe as a party goer or thrower. Get information about transportation, signs of alcohol poisoning, and more. Be sure to check out 'Are you an Upstander?' for tips on how to be a good friend at a party.
Operates during the academic year. Taxi tickets can be bought in advance for $2 at the Unitrans Office in South Hall, Rm 5 or call to get a pick up for $3 per person.
Thursday - Saturday: 10:00pm - 2:00am(530) 752-6666
This FREE service is available to anyone who prefers an alternative to walking alone or in a small group at night. Those using the service are given a ride in a clearly marked security vehicle or are escorted on foot by an Aggie Host Security Officer. Requesting a SafeRide just got even easier when you use the TapRide App.
Hours of Operation
VIP wheelchair transportation, 24/7 on campus to another on campus location.7 days a week 5:00pm - 10:00pm on campus to another on campus location.7 Days a week 10:00pm - 6:00am on campus location pick up to any location in the city of Davis (Unitrans not running during this time period).
Phone number: 530-754-COPS (2677)
Each class session practices the fundamental techniques of the RAD systems of Self Defense. Taught by Andrea Khoo, this class offers UCDavis students a safe zone for learning, healing, building confidence and kicking some butt!!! Learn more on the class Facebook page.
SafeandProud.Org is an online LGBT youth self-defense tool kit. It is designed for LGBT youth or providers who serve them. Center for Anti-Violence Education’s definition of self-defense is anything that we do to keep ourselves and the LGBT community safer—from setting boundaries, blocking punches, and yelling for help to working together to break isolation, build community, and strengthen equal rights and justice in our community. Be sure to take the Healthy Relationship Quiz!
Winner of the White House Apps Against Abuse Technology Challenge, this free app for iPhone and Android helps prevent violence before it happens. With Circle of 6, you can connect with your friends to stay close, stay safe and prevent violence before it happens. The Circle of 6 app makes it quick and easy to reach the 6 friends you choose. Need help getting home? Need an interruption? Two touches lets your circle know where you are and how they can help.
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