UMass Reopening Plan Revised

Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy has announced that worsening national conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic have prompted the university to make a major reduction in the size of the campus population for the fall semester. For more information and FAQs, go to umass.edu/reopening.

Domestic Violence

  • No one deserves to be abused or assaulted. Combating physical and sexual violence is a priority at the UMass Police Department. We believe in the right of all persons to live without fear, abuse,...
  • The following programs provide services to victims of domestic violence, including shelter, counseling, support groups, and legal assistance. All of the services are free and confidential, unless...
  • Obtaining a Restraining Order The University of Massachusetts falls within the jurisdiction of the Eastern Hampshire District Court which is located at 205 State St, Belchertown, MA 01007. If court...
  • Please see the safety guidelines and resources at UMass UMatter on reducing the misuse of alcohol and other drugs, bias related activity, bullying, harassment and violence, sexual misconduct, and...
  • Domestic Violence (also called Relationship Violence) can be defined as a pattern of behaviors by an intimate partner that may include physical, sexual, economic and/or emotional abuse, for the...
  • If you believe you are the victim of an abusive relationship or domestic violence, please call the police and allow us to assist you. As the responding officers are en route to your address remember...
CONTACT

UMPD
585 East Pleasant Street
Amherst, MA 01003-9600

umpd@admin.umass.edu
413-545-2121 non-emergency
413-545-3111 emergency or 911
413-545-3113 fax

Tips

Call 413-577-TIPS (8477) or use our Anonymous Witness Form.