Sexual Assault:

Safety Resources

If you have recently been a victim of sexual misconduct, your safety must come first.

Please call UNCG Police at 336-334-4444 if you are on campus, and 911 if you are off-campus for assistance.

UNCG Police

Greensboro Police


Safety Programs

The UNCG Police Department offers four different sexual assault awareness and prevention programs. The programs are: Sexual Assault Awareness & Violence Education (S.A.V.E. – 2 hours), R.A.D. Basic for Women (12 hours), R.A.D. Advanced for Women (25 hours), and R.A.D. for Men (12 hours). Learn more at police.uncg.edu/Programs/RAD.


Free Apps for Violence Prevention

LiveSafe

LiveSafe @ UNCG is a mobile app that allows students, parents, faculty and staff to engage with UNCG Police. Users can report information, contact police, track friends and family on a map, and request a safe ride or walking escort.

Get complete info and download the app.

LiveSafe Overview | Safety-related, mobile technology from LiveSafe, Inc on Vimeo.

Circle of 6

With Circle of 6, you can connect with your friends to stay close, stay safe and prevent violence before it happens. This app is the Winner of the Whitehouse/HHA Apps Against Abuse Technology Challenge and the winner of the Institute of Medicine/Avon Foundation for Women End Violence @Home Challenge!

The Circle of 6 app for iPhone and Android 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. Icons represent actions; so that no one can tell what you’re up to. Designed for college students, it’s fast, easy-to-use and private. It’s the mobile way to look out for your friends, on campus or when you’re out for the night.

Circle of 6 Anti-Violence App on iOS/Android: Now Customizable for Universities! from Nancy Schwartzman on Vimeo.

 

On Watch

On Watch is an iPhone app that lets you transmit critical information by phone, email, text, and social media to your support network.

You can check in with friends, call 911 or campus police with two touches of a button, set countdown timers that send messages and GPS information automatically if events or activities don’t go according to plan, and connect to sexual assault, dating violence and domestic abuse hotlines. For more information visit the On Watch website.