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Diane Roxas

April 11, 2018

Monday, April 2An unknown suspect hit a parked vehicle at the B3 parking structure and left the area without leaving their information.Tuesday, April 3Two residents of the University Park Apartment building 16 were referred for disciplinary action due to alcohol law violations.An unknown suspect dam...

Blue light emergency boxes not often used by campus community

Photo of blue emergency box at CSUN

Samantha Gullikson

November 21, 2016

Many students have seen the blue emergency light boxes scattered all throughout the campus, but a majority of those who see them every day have not used one.According to Christina Villalobos, public information officer for CSUN Department of Police Services, 20,665 reports were processed in 2015. Of tho...

CSUN police confident in security measures for potential shooters

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Josue Aguilar

June 7, 2016

In the wake of last week's UCLA shooting in which former graduate student Mainak Sarkar killed a professor before himself, the CSUN Department of Police Services assures the community it is prepared in case an active shooter is on campus. With a university shooting as close by as UCLA, students won...

We want to know: Parking citation survey

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Brooke Holland

April 28, 2016

A lawsuit was placed by The State University Police Association on behalf of three CSUN officers, alleging they were disciplined for not meeting parking ticket quotas.  The California State University board of Trustees and CSUN Police Department are defendants in the case. The Sundial is conduct...

Police search for man who appeared to have handgun, attempt to rob CSUN student

The Recreation Center within the University Student Union where the attempted robbery occurred on Feb. 23, 2016. Nicollette Ashtiani / The Sundial

Brooke Holland

February 23, 2016

CSUN Police Department are looking for a male suspect that attempted to rob a female student with what appeared to be a black semi-automatic handgun. The incident occurred today on Matador Walk, north of the University Student Union's swimming pool, around 6:18 p.m., according to a crime alert. According...

LAPD, CSUN PD searching for suspects involved in off-campus assault

LAPD, CSUN PD searching for suspects involved in off-campus assault

Andrew Martinez

February 9, 2015

UPDATE>> The LAPD has taken the primary suspect into custody this afternoon, according to an update on the primary alert. The Los Angeles Police Department and CSUN Department of Police Services are actively searching for assailants involved in an assault and battery which occurred Monday a...

VIDEO: CSUN students evacuated from Manzanita Hall

VIDEO: CSUN students evacuated from Manzanita Hall

Gabriela Rodriguez

September 30, 2014   At approximately 1:30 p.m., CSUN students were evacuated from Manzanita hall due to an emergency alarm. CSUN PD investigated on what caused the alarm and students gave their initial reaction to the situation.

Police department restructures, officer promoted, more night patrol

Devan Patel

March 17, 2014

The CSUN Department of Police Services (CSUN PD) has undergone a slew of changes since the beginning of the year, including a salary increase for its officers and the reorganization of leadership roles to provide better around-the-clock management for the campus. Anne Glavin, CSUN chief of police, said ...

Campus VOIP phones still unable to make 911 calls

Rohit Ghosh

March 10, 2014

The Campus Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) phones were unable to make 911 calls for the second straight day. The problem began when the Department of Police Services notified CSUN students and faculty early Monday afternoon that the campus VOIP phones, which are located on campus, will not process 9...

CSUN PD holds drill to educate students on earthquake safety

Nicole Socala

January 31, 2014

The CSUN Department of Police Services held its Emergency Operations Center drill on Thursday during which President Dianne Harrison and Anne Glavin, CSUN chief of police, educated students on evacuation procedures through the reenactment of a press conference due to a severe earthquake. The unique approach...

Matador Patrol student honored for bravery, heroism

Matador Patrol student honored for bravery, heroism

Negin Daneshfar

January 14, 2014

A Matador Patrol student, who was injured while helping another student, was honored at the Department of Police Services Annual In-Service for heroic service on Wednesday. Alberto Dejesus Muñoz, 23, senior urban studies and planning major, received the Chief’s Award, which is the highest award given...

A grateful CSUN neighbor thanks campus police with lunch and dinner

Calvin Ratana

October 26, 2013

Living next door to a California State University can have its perks. For Scott Champion, a 60-year-old CSUN neighbor, the presence of CSUN’s Police Department (PD) is comforting and keeps surrounding communities safe, especially with Halloween fast approaching. In an effort to show his appreciati...

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