More offensive fliers reported on networked printers

To: UC Santa Cruz Community

From: Nader Oweis, UC Santa Cruz Chief of Police

The UC Santa Cruz Police Department is investigating several reports today of offensive and anti-Semitic fliers being printed on networked campus printers, similar to instances earlier this month and in March.

Anyone who has received fliers with hate/bias messages is urged to contact UC Santa Cruz Police at 831–459–2231, ext. 1. Campus police are working with ITS security to identify the source of the fliers and will forward investigation reports to the Federal Communications Commission.

Anyone who is a victim or witness to any hate or bias motivated crime or incident at UC Santa Cruz is encouraged to file a report with campus police at 831–459–2231 ext. 1. More information about campus policies regarding hate or bias motivated incidents can be found at

For students, a range of support services is available through the Cowell Student Health Center, including personal counseling through Counseling and Psychological Services.

For employees, the Employee Assistance Program can provide personal counseling and support. More information can be found online at

Report all in-progress crimes by calling 911 from any landline or cell phone. Reports may also be made by using one of the many “blue light,” emergency or elevator phones located throughout the campus, or in person at the UC Santa Cruz Police Department.