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Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

People protesting with a sign Campus Police Must Go

CSUN hires consulting firm to help reshape campus police services

Lorena Salinas, Reporter December 24, 2021

This semester, the university hired a consulting firm that has met with more than 30 groups to understand how students, faculty and staff feel about campus policing. PMJ Consulting LLC was hired by...

Kit Espinosa, emergency management coordinator for CSUN Police Department Services, trains volunteers on what to do during emergencies. The training held on Sept. 16 is one of many that are held throughout the year. Photo Credit: Melisa Fumbarg/ The Sundial

CSUN building marshals trained to protect the community

Melisa Fumbarg October 3, 2014

Each year a group of volunteers participate in a rigorous training program aimed at protecting CSUN and the surrounding community. These soon to be building marshals, are taught through the Building...

Students required to “walk their wheels” within dismount zones

George Benitez September 8, 2013

CSUN Police Department is distributing fliers to educate students and faculty about the new dismount zones. Anybody on a bicycle, scooter, skateboard or roller blades will be required to dismount their...

CSUN Police Department holds safety workshops

Terese Torgersen September 19, 2012

Safety workshops that could help prevent crime and violence are being hosted by the university’s police services throughout the year. For the last five years the CSUN Police Department has hosted...

CSUN police department re-accredited

Brian De Los Santos May 4, 2011

The CSUN police department was re-accredited on Monday by a professional association committee that decided the enforcement agency is up to par with professional standards. A team from the International...

CSUN’s department of police services teaches basics of pepper spray defense

Sharon Hardwick April 30, 2011

An aggressive looking dummy, with a name tag that stated Hello My Name Is: Bad Guy greeted the participants of CSUN's Department of Police Services bi-annual "The Basics of Pepper Spray Defense" workshop...

Six CSUN dorms burglarized in span of two days

Brian De Los Santos April 1, 2011

An unknown suspect(s) burglarized five dorm rooms on Wednesday, March 30 at the University Park Apartments. There was another burglary and an attempted burglary on Thursday, March 31. According to the...

CSUN police seeks dorm burglar

Brian De Los Santos February 21, 2011

CSUN police services are searching for the suspect who broke into and burglarized two dormitories Thursday night at University Park Apartment complex. The suspect broke into first-floor...

CSUN administration reacts to student’s recent arrest

Antoine Abou-Diwan January 23, 2011

In a brief e-mail statement to students on Friday, William Watkins, vice president of Student Affairs, called on CSUN students to help support students who may be experiencing emotional or psychological...

Former CSUN student pleads not guilty to felony charges of possession of explosive materials and having gun on campus

Antoine Abou-Diwan January 14, 2011

UPDATE: In an e-mail to the CSUN community sent late Friday afternoon, university President Jolene Koester said communication and cooperation between the university and family helped in dealing with...

CSUN dorms see increase in burglaries

Antoine Abou-Diwan November 29, 2010

There has been a marked increase in burglaries in campus housing this year, the Department of Police Services reported. The Department of Police Services said four dorm burglaries were reported in 2009. ...

Police teaches CSUN community how to detect suspicious packages

Antoine Abou-Diwan November 8, 2010

The Department of Police Services released a statement last week reminding the CSUN community how to recognize and handle suspicious mail and packages. The statement was made on the heels of last...

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