Reporting and Options


Know Your Options

Help is available. Call 9-1-1 if you are in the midst of any kind of emergency, immediate harm or threat of harm.

To report an incident of sexual violence, contact any of the following individuals or agencies: 

Criminal Reporting

Reporting to University police and/or local police is an option at any time following a Sexual Violence incident.

If you choose not to report to the police immediately, you can still make the report at a later time. 

However, with the passage of time, the ability to gather evidence to assist with criminal prosecution may be limited. Depending on the circumstances, the police may be able to obtain a criminal restraining order on your behalf. The university police department has mutual agreements with all agencies in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. In case of a parallel investigation, information regarding the incident shall be shared exclusively on a "need to know" basis.


University Police Department

University Police Department
UPD Office: Library Basement 1063
Non-emergency: (510) 885-3791

Hayward Police Department

Special Victims Unit
300 W. Winton Ave.
Hayward, CA
Emergency: (510) 293-7034
Non-emergency: (510) 293-7000

Concord Police Department

Non-emergency:  (925) 671-3220
Emergency:  (925) 671-3333

You May Also File a Report Through

Oakland Police Department

Non-emergency: (510) 777-3333
Emergency: (510) 777-3211


Alameda County Sheriff

Emergency Services Dispatch:
(510) 667-7721


East Bay Regional Parks Police Department

Non-emergency, 24-hour:
(510) 881-1833
Emergency: (510) 881-1121


BART Police

Non-emergency: 1 (877) 679-7000

U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights:

Administrative Reporting

You may report to the campus Title IX Coordinator any incident of Sex Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, or Sexual Violence (including Rape, Acquaintance Rape, Dating Violence, Domestic Violence and Stalking). The campus Title IX Coordinator will discuss with you any reasonable interim remedies the University may offer prior to conclusion of an investigation or potential disciplinary action to reduce or eliminate negative impact on you and provide you with available assistance.

Students, Employees and Third Parties may fill out a Complaint Form and submit it to the Title IX Coordinator.


Terri La Beaux

Campus Title IX Coordinator
Phone: (510) 885-4918

Confidential Support

Communication with the following individuals is Privileged and Confidential

Confidential Advocate

The Confidential Advocate is a counselor and sexual assault advocate here exclusively to talk to and advocate for survivors, and those impacted by sexual violence including: sexual harassment, dating and intimate partner violence, sexual assault, stalking, and sexual exploitation. The confidential advocate serves the entire campus community; students, faculty, staff and affiliates.

Michelle Luqueno-Diaz

Confidential Advocate
Phone: (510) 885-3700


Student Health & Counseling Services

You may choose to seek advice and assistance from physicians, psychotherapists, professional counselors, sexual assault and domestic violence counselors and advocates. Cal State East Bay's on-campus Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS) center is staffed with trained counselors and medical staff who can provide immediate (as well as ongoing) confidential support and can discuss your options with you.


Student Health & Counseling Services

Location: SHCS 1209
Monday – Friday
8:30am – 5:30pm 
Phone: (510) 885-3735


You are strongly encouraged to report any incident of Sexual Violence to the police and/or campus Title IX Coordinator so that steps may be taken to protect you and the rest of the campus community. However, non-reporting is also an option.

When the Investigation is Limited by Confidentiality

In cases where the university’s ability to investigate a complaint is limited due to the victim’s request for confidentiality, Cal State East Bay will take a comprehensive approach to preventing sexual assault. This includes taking steps to limit the effects of the alleged sexual misconduct and prevent its recurrence without initiating formal action against the alleged perpetrator.

Examples of actions that can be taken include: 

  • providing increased monitoring, supervision, or security at locations or activities where the misconduct occurred
  • providing training and education materials for students and employees; revising and publicizing the school’s policies on sexual misconduct
  • conducting climate surveys regarding sexual misconduct.

Contact Us

Title IX/DHR Office

25800 Carlos Bee Blvd
Student Administration, SA 1109
Hayward, CA 94542

Phone: (510) 885-4918
Website: Title IX

Terri La Beaux
Title IX Coordinator
Phone: (510) 885-4918

Ellen G. Maloney Ruhe
Office Support Title IX & DHR
Phone: (510) 885-2788

JoLani Hironaka
DHR Administrator
Phone: (510) 885-2237