Resources for Crime Victims

Need help urgently from a police officer?

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If you have been a victim of crime, the effects of your experience can go far beyond the crime itself and can cause you a considerable amount of inconvenience, worry or stress. Your University Police are committed to supporting victims and witnesses during the criminal justice process. We, and those who work with us in the criminal justice system, will do all we can to help you feel safe, informed and supported.

University Police — Supporting Victims

The professional, highly trained police officers and staff at University Police have experience working with crime victims, and can help make sure you get the legal and emotional support you need.

Bissell Hall, North Campus

Phone: 716-645-2222


Counseling Services — Someone To Talk To

Are you anxious, afraid or dealing with other emotional issues after a crime? The caring professionals at Counseling Services are here to listen, offer trusted advice, and help you move forward.

Short-term on campus mental health support

University at Buffalo
120 Richmond Quadrangle, North Campus
Buffalo, NY 14261

Phone: (716) 645-2720; Fax: (716) 645-2175

University at Buffalo
1st Floor Michael Hall, South Campus
Buffalo, NY 14214

Phone: (716) 829-5800

Survivor of an Unwanted Sexual Experience?

If you or someone you know needs support dealing with the emotional, physical or legal challenges of surviving a sexual assault or other unwanted sexual experience, we can help you.

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