Resources for Victims
University Police Tampa campus
University of South Florida Police Department is a full service law enforcement agency. Officers are available for emergencies and service calls within the USF community.
DIEO/Title IX Office
The USF Diversity, Inclusion and Equal Opportunity Office coordinates all Title IX investigations. Title IX coordinators investigate reports of sexual harassment, sexual violence or gender based discrimination.
Crisis Center of Tampa Bay
Sexual Assault Services include 24/7 Rape Hotline, advocacy Services & Forensic Exams.
The Spring of Tampa Bay
The Spring of Tampa Bay offers emergency shelter, case management, crisis counseling, legal advocacy and safety planning for victims of domestic violence. Additional services include a 24 hour domestic violence hotline with advocates on duty 365 days a year (813-247-SAFE), community outreach and transitional housing support.
Relationship Abuse Education
Education on identifying unhealthy or abusive relationship patterns. Offers safe, confidential and inclusive support.
Find information on how to use Tampa campus services here. For our St. Petersburg and Sarasota campus, visit our contact us page.
USF St. Pete Police Department
For emergencies, please call UPD at 727-873-4444.
For domestic violence concerns, immediate shelter, legal assistance, or law enforcement help, call CASA St. Pete (727-828-1269).
Suncoast Center Sexual Assault Services
For sexual assault services and examinations, please contact Suncoast Center Sexual Assault Services (727-530-7273).
Sarasota Manatee Police Department
Call 941-487-4210 for Sarasota-Manatee Police services.