If there is a reported emergency on campus, AlertSU, Stanford's emergency notification system, will deliver time-sensitive emergency notifications to faculty, staff, students, postdocs and other members of the Stanford community via voice mail, email and text-messaging. Status updates will also be available online and through a recorded phone message.

Stanford's emergency website is: emergency.stanford.edu

Stanford's emergency information hotline is: 650-725-5555.

Faculty & Staff Resources

Do you feel threatened or concerned about a person or situation on campus?

 If it's an emergency:

 Get to a safe place.

 Call 9-1-1 (or 9-911 from any campus phone).

 Tell the police the emergency, the location, who is involved, and your location.

 Safely notify others who might be endangered.


 If the situation is not urgent:

 Recognize the warning signs.

 Utilize the university resources listed below.

 Report the situation as soon as possible to Public Safety or a university resource that you are comfortable with.


Even if you are questioning or unsure, it's always better to talk to someone about a person or situation of concern. Recognizing and reporting early signs of a potentially dangerous situation is crucial to violence prevention. Your participation is the first step to keeping our campus safe.

We offer many educational and support resources to help, whether you want to:

  • Talk to someone about a person or situation
  • Report a threatening or potentially dangerous person or situation
  • Help a friend
  • Seek counseling
  • Pursue police action, personal protection or disciplinary measures
  • Find resources to help you out of a threatening and potentially violent situation, including violent or abusive relationships.

No matter the situation, we highly encourage you to talk to one of our reporting & counseling resources.




Resources on Campus


Stanford offers a variety of ways to obtain information for faculty and staff concerned about the potential threat brought by another person or situation on campus. These resources are availalable for discussing anything that is on your mind. All of the resources listed below are viable options. Confidential counseling and disciplinary action is also available through many of these resources. We encourage Stanford faculty and staff to utilize these resources to better enjoy a safe, healthy and fulfilling time at Stanford.



Counseling & Guidance

   Faculty & Staff Help Center (FSHC)
(650) 723-4577 (M-F, 9-5)
Mariposa House, 2nd Flr, 585 Capistrano Way
http://www.stanford.edu/dept/helpcenter/
helpcenter@lists.stanford.edu

The Stanford Faculty & Staff Help Center (FSHC) provides professional, confidential, brief counseling to the faculty and staff of Stanford University. This service is offered by appointment, for eligible faculty, staff, and their significant others at no cost.



David Rasch Stanford Ombuds
   Office of the Ombuds
(650) 723-3682 (M-F, 8-5)
Building 310 - Room 104

http://www.stanford.edu/dept/ombuds/

The Office of the Ombuds provides information about University policies and refers you to other university services and programs. The Ombuds is an impartial dispute resolver who strives to see that faculty, staff and students at the university are treated fairly and equitably. Any Stanford faculty, student or staff can seek the advice of the Ombuds Office. The Ombuds is impartial, neutral, and confidential.


   Office of Religious Life
(650) 723-1762 (M-F, 8-5)
Memorial Church Round Room

http://www.stanford.edu/group/religiouslife/

The Office of Religious Life at Stanford offers counseling and guidance geared especially towards those with spiritual concerns to assist students with challenging moments in their lives. This free counseling service is available to people of all faith backgrounds.


   Bechtel International Center
(650) 723-1831 (M-F, 8:30-5)
584 Capistrano Way

http://icenter.stanford.edu/

The Bechtel Inernational Center believes that international educational exchange nurtures a lifelong global perspective and aspire to play a key role in increasing Stanford's visibility around the world, strengthening Stanford's position as a global university of consequence.



Chris Griffith
Assoc Vice Provost
   Associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs
Dean of Student Life

(650) 723-9929
Room 206, Old Union,
520 Lasuen Mall

http://www.stanford.edu/dept/vpsa/

The Associate Vice Provost is a source of support and guidance. She is knowledgeable about University resources - she will make referrals and help students gain access to them.



Ken Hsu
Assoc Dean of Graduate Life
   Associate Dean and Director of Graduate Life
(650)736-7078
Graduate Life Office, GCC, 2nd Floor
750 Escondido Rd

http://glo.stanford.edu/index.php

The Graduate Life deans are available in our offices for individual / confidential consultation and advising support. In a crisis or emergency, a GLO dean is available via pager on a 24-hour basis at: (650)723-8222 ext. 25085



Human Resources


Human Resources is a good resource for any number of work-related issues. Although they are not a confidential resource, human resources can help you assess your current situation and put you in touch with the appropriate resources that will help address your concerns.

   Stanford Human Resources
(650)725-8356
320 Panama St.
http://hrweb.stanford.edu


SLAC Human Resources
(650)926-2358
2575 Sand Hill Road, MS 11
Menlo Park, CA 94025
www-group.slac.stanford.edu/hr


School of Medicine Human Resources
(650)725-5154
301 Ravenswood Ave.
Menlo Park, CA 94025
http://hrg.stanford.edu

Human Resources can help you pursue disciplinary action against faculty or staff who have violated University policy. Human Resources can also provide you with needed workplace accommodations. They are also available to advise and consult staff and can provide referrals to confidential resources.



Public Safety

   Stanford Department of Public Safety
(650) 723-9633 or 9-1-1
711 Serra St (across from the campus gas station)
http://police.stanford.edu

In an emergency or to report anything suspicious dial 911 from a cell phone, 9-911 from a campus phone or activate a blue 911 emergency tower. The Stanford Department of Public Safety provides law enforcement, security, safety, crime prevention and emergency services on the Stanford Campus 24 hours a day.



Relationship Abuse, Stalking and Sexual Assault


If you are concerned about your personal safety or the safety of others, we highly encourage you to call the police immediately. A specially trained officer can address your concerns about safety and personal protection. Please dial 9-1-1 (or 9-9-1-1 from any campus phone).

   Office of Sexual Assault & Relationship Abuse Education & Response(SARA)
(650) 725-1056 or 9-1-1 in an emergency (24 hours)
Mariposa House, 2nd Flr, 585 Capistrano Way, Rm. 208-209
http://studentaffairs.stanford.edu/sara

The Stanford Office of Sexual Assault & Relationship Abuse Education & Response (SARA) facilitates the coordinated, comprehensive, & consistent response to interpersonal relationship violence. With a focus on prevention education, intervention, and outreach, we collaborate with all members of the campus community to increase awareness and promote a culture of safety and respect.



Sexual Harassment

   Sexual Harassment Policy Office
(650) 724-2120
Mariposa House, 2nd Flr, 585 Capistrano Way, Rm. 209
http://harass.stanford.edu

The Sexual Harassment Policy Office (SHPO) provides resources that can help you with concerns about sexual harassment.