UNCG Police

A community resource that cares about your safety and security.

Victims of crime in North Carolina have special rights to know more about their case and seek restitution. Our Victim Assistance Coordinator can talk to victims, connect them with community/campus resources and tell them how to find out about eligibility for financial assistance, medical care and lost wages. For more information, contact the Community Relations Unit at (336)334-5069.

The victim assistance program is dedicated to assist any UNCG student, staff or faculty that is victim of a crime or traumatic incident. Ensuring that victims of crimes investigated by the UNCG Police Department are afforded the opportunity to receive the services and notification as required by federal law and the Attorney General Guidelines on Victim and Witness Assistance, we empower our community to restore lives impacted by crisis, violence, and tragedy.

In accordance with N.C. G.S. 15A-830 you are entitled to a number of rights, part of which our agency is responsible for notifying you:

Availability of Medical Services

Emergencies: Call 911 or UNCG Police (336) 334-4444

Department of Public Health – 1100 Wendover Ave E. – (336) 641-3771
Cone Hospital – 1200 N. Elm Street (336) 832-7000
Wesley Long Hospital – 501 E. Elam Ave. (336) 832-1000
UNCG Student Health Services – 107 Gray Dr – (336) 334-5340
High Point Regional Health – 601 N Elm St (High Point, NC) – (336) 878-6000

Availability of Victim Compensation and Agency’s address and phone number; for information contact:

North Carolina Crime Victims Compensation Commission
4703 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-4703
Phone: 1-800-826-6200

District Attorney’s Address and Phone Number

Guilford County Courthouse
201 E. Eugene Street, PO Box 10769
Greensboro, NC 27404-0769
Phone: 336-574-4313

Name and phone number of Agency employee whom you may contact if you have not been notified of an arrest within 6 months.

UNCG Communications at 336-334-5963 and Request to be transferred to Investigations Supervisor.

Information about the accused’s opportunity for pre-trial release

An accused may seek pre-trial release from a magistrate or a judge immediately following his/her arrest. Pre-trial release may be obtained by a written promise to appear, secured or unsecured bond. You may also call the Statewide Automated Victim assistance and Notifications (SAVAN) at 1-877-627-2826 for custody status. This is a free anonymous phone call.

Name and phone number of investigating agency employee whom you may contact to find out whether the accused has been released from custody

Guilford County Detention Center  (336) 641-2700. If you want to request ADVANCE NOTICE of suspect’s release you may call the Victim/Witness Assistant in the District Attorney’s office at 336-574-4313.

You will be notified of the arrest of the accused when that occurs or no later than 72 hours.


Additional Information

Resources & Support

For more information about additional Resources & Support offered,
click the link above.

Programs & Services

R.A.D. – Rape Aggression Defense 

S.A.V.E. – Sexual Assault Awareness & Violence Education

Victim Compensation Application

Please be aware that if you are a victim of a crime that occurred off-campus, you are to contact the appropriate agency in which the crime occurred. If you have any additional questions or concerns, please contact the UNCG Police Department at (336) 334-5963.