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Mission Statement:

It is the intent of the University of California, San Diego (UC San Diego) to develop and promote accountability, trust, and communication between the campus communities and the UCSD Police Department (UCSD PD).

To that end, UC San Diego has established a Police Accountability Board (PAB) to impartially review investigative reports related to allegations of police misconduct and to make recommendations in a timely manner regarding complaints filed by members of the public against the UCSD PD.

UC San Diego encourages its community and the public to bring forward such complaints.

Through various public forums, the PAB also solicits information and input from the public and its constituent groups.

The PAB may also make policy, procedure and training recommendations.

File a Complaint

Anyone may file a complaint if they were affected by UC San Diego Police Department; it does not matter if you are a U.S. citizen or part of the UC San Diego Community

File a Complaint

Provide Feedback

For those who don't want to file an allegation. Anyone can provide Feedback, suggestions, or concerns that you'd like to bring to PAB's attention.

Provide Feedback

Frequently Asked Questions

Read answers to frequently asked questions about the Police Accountability Board (PAB).