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Editorial: the right to solicit should be unregistered

A police officer has a conversation with CSUN student.


September 30, 2015

Students strolling around CSUN are likely used to viewing off-campus organizations protest and present their group's message. At times it is a current social issue, while others focus more on expanding the "flock." To keep students feeling safe and somewhat secure, all of the organizations must register...

CSUN’s crime blotter: theft, “Cops” and the last bowl

(Sundial Illustration/ Thomas Gallegos)

Daily Sundial

April 15, 2015

It would be cool if the CSUN Crime Blotter was a weekly television show and could send you action shots of shirtless guys with mullets running away from the cops with helpless turtles in their hands. But it's not. So instead, here is this week's crime blotter with all the stupid crap CSUN students...

CSUN’s crime blotter: Spring pre-gaming, while the trash burns

(Sundial Illustration/ Thomas Gallegos)


April 1, 2015

The thing the crime log can teach you about life is that although CSUN is an amazing institution that can lead extraordinary people to living better lives, they, like everyone else, are still just a bunch of scoundrels. Below are the reasons why no matter how done up and talked up someone's credentials...

CSUN’s crime blotter: love, pain and stolen turtles

(Sundial Illustration/ Thomas Gallegos)

Daily Sundial

March 25, 2015

Last week was a good week for utter decadence and debauchery, but there was one crime that really hurt the heart. It's buried deep, like all bad wounds are. But let's not get all Drake about it. Now, here's the crime log. Alcohol/Drug Violations: For some reason, officials decided to report 10 ...

CSUN’s crime blotter: vehicular theft and more swearing (with some nudity)

Daily Sundial

March 11, 2015

So last week, CSUN did a lot more dirty deeds and made for a way more interesting crime report. There's too much crazy crap to sum up, so just read it and learn about all the ratchet-ass shenanigans that make it shameful to attend this particular California State University. Alcohol/Theft Violations:Great, CSUN ki...

CSUN’s crime blotter: down, dirty and ongoing

Daily Sundial

March 4, 2015

Last week was boring. Either CSUN students are doing something right and decided to act like adults, or they just forgot how to have fun. Highlights include no drinking or drug violations but there are bicycle thefts. Without further adieu, here is the down and dirty on CSUN. Alcohol/Drug Violations: None. You've...

CSUN’s crime blotter: offensive language and unreasonable noise

Daily Sundial

February 24, 2015

Despite being an institution of higher education that is tasked with producing the next generation of outstanding professionals, crimes do happen, and students commit crime. Here is a breakdown of all the down and dirty CSUN students got caught doing last week. Alcohol/Drug Violations: There were o...

CSUN’s crime blotter: the weekly dirt on campus

Daily Sundial

February 18, 2015

Despite being an institution of higher education that is tasked with producing the next generation of outstanding professionals, crimes do happen, and students commit crime. Last week saw a few instances of vandalism, petty theft, assault and drug and alcohol possession on and near the CSUN campus. ...

Police department holds crime prevention workshop for CSUN students

Patrick J. Wilkinson

September 22, 2013

CSUN Department of Police Services (PD) held its first free crime prevention workshop on the second floor of the police station in the training room last Thursday. The workshop was open to students, faculty and the community, and more workshops will be offered throughout the remainder of this school ...

Campus alertness heightens after second gunman scare

Christina Bennett

September 26, 2012

>>CLARIFICATION: If plain clothes police officers were used for any police investigation, it would be at discretion of the chief of police and depend on factors unique to such situations. CSUN had its emergency confidence tested a year ago today when police were alerted to a possible gun...

Statewide University Police Association raises concerns about the CSUN police department

CSUN Police Chief Anne Glavin lectures on the topic of sexual assault on campus on April 11. Photo credit: Ryan Walker / Contributor

Natalie Rivera

April 24, 2012

The Statewide University Police Association, SUPA, recently raised concerns regarding the chief of CSUN’s police department, and that school officers may be working excessive overtime. The department has mandated overtime for all of its workers instead of hiring new officers, according to Jeff Solomon, president of SUPA. “The problem with thi...

CSUN police arrest two juvenile suspects on bicycle theft charges

Carl Robinette

March 13, 2012

CSUN police arrested two juveniles in connection to a bicycle theft outside the Oviatt Library Monday after a witness reported suspicious behavior to police around 5 p.m. Police arrived at the scene within minutes and found the two suspects in possession of bolt cutters and other tools assumed to ...

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