Standing Together to End Sexual Assault (STESA) (24/7) (805) 564-3696
UCSB Student Health (805) 893 -5361
UCSB Counseling & Psychological Services (805) 893-4411
UCSB Social Work Services (805) 893-3087
Campus Advocacy, Resources & Education (CARE)* (805) 893-4613
UCSB Alcohol & Drug Program (805) 893-3371
Student Mental Health Coordination Services (SMHCS) (805) 893-3030

*CARE provides resources for those who've experienced sexual violence, dating violence, and stalking.

In order to provide for a safer community, the UCSB Police Department is offering a Bicycle/Skateboard Safety Class for those who have received a bike or skateboard citation.

This voluntary program requires participants attend a one-hour presentation on bicycle and skateboard safety. Upon completing this class, your fine of over $197.00 will be reduced to a $35.00 administrative fee.

If you desire to take this class, You must register within 14 days and complete the class within 21 days or your citation will be forwarded to court.

Who can take this class?

In order to be eligible to take this course, the following criteria must be met:

  1. The citation was issued by the UCSB Police Dept.
  2. The violator must not have completed the course within the same academic year.
  3. The citation was written for only one moving violation.
  4. The violation occurred on the UCSB Campus.
  5. If under 18 years old, written permission from a parent or legal guardian is required.

How do I sign up?

  1. Register for the class by going to Bldg 300 (Rm 105) on UCSB Campus.
  2. Bring your citation, personal identification and $35 cash or check.
  3. Office Hours: Tuesday - Friday 2:00pm - 4:00pm.

Permission form for juvenile participant

After successfully completing the course, your citation will be dismissed!

Please Note: If your citation also contains “fix-it violations”, they must be fixed prior to dismissing the citation.

When/Where will the class be?

The Safety Class will be held on the firstthird and fifth Friday of every month at 3:00 PM. The class begins promptly at 3:00 PM and lasts approximately one hour. Please note that class dates and times may be subject to change.

Partial Map of UCSB with Building 300 Circled 

The Live Scan office is closed and we are not taking live scan appointments at this time.

If you need a Live Scan appointment, we suggest you contact: 

Santa Barbara Sheriff's Office
4434 Calle Real, Santa Barbara, CA 93110
(805) 681-4357

Santa Barbara Police Station
215 Figueroa St. Santa Barbara, CA 93101
(805) 897-2355

Click on the link below for other local LIVE SCAN locations provided by:

State of California Department of Justice
Office of the Attorney General

https://oag.ca.gov/fingerprints/locations?county=Santa%20Barbara

 

 

 

Lost and Found Division

All items lost on University property are processed through the Lost and Found Office located in North Hall, room 1131. University policy 5905 requires all items found on University property to be turned over to the Police Department. All items are held for 90 days prior to being reclaimed, auctioned, or discarded.

In an effort to limit person to person contact where possible, the Lost and Found will be staffed by appointment only.

Please call or email to schedule an appointment:

(805) 893-3843

lost.found@police.ucsb.edu