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CSUN offers class for students to help them defend themselves

Antoine Abou-Diwan

October 5, 2010

A course at CSUN is teaching women how to defend themselves. The course is a part of the Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) System and is provided by the Department of Police Services and kinesiology department. Raquel Lenhart is the instructor of the class. “It provides options for women to escape...

Intersection of Reseda Boulevard and Dearborn Street dangerous for pedestrians

Antoine Abou-Diwan

September 15, 2010

CSUN students and other pedestrians are concerned with crossing the intersection of Reseda Boulevard and Dearborn Street. The CSUN Department of Police Services Traffic Safety Unit  and the LAPD Valley Traffic Division conducted a pedestrian safety sting operation at the intersection earlier this...

CSUN’s Motorcycle Patrol Unit to help with traffic congestion

Antoine Abou-Diwan

September 7, 2010

In an attempt to address traffic congestion this semester, the Department of Police Services has brought back the Motorcycle Patrol Unit, refocusing its mission and dubbing it the Traffic Safety Unit. “We are pleased and excited about our new version of the motorcycle unit,” said Anne P. Glavin, chief...

Department of Police Services offers multiple parking options for students

LaTiere Galvan

July 2, 2010

One of the many challenges of beginning a semester is parking. Students underestimate the parking situation on campus and struggle with this at the start of each year. CSUN’s parking services are being reinforced for the upcoming semester and students are responsible for taking the necessary steps...

Students can S.T.O.P. laptop theft with campus program

Morgan Marx

June 8, 2010

It could happen any time, any day. The second floor of the Matador Bookstore Complex was quiet.  A few summer semester students were gathered, talking with friends.  Jennifer Jimenez, a freshman, psychology major, placed her lunch and book bag at a table.  She then walked away, across the room,...

Police department unveils fully-closed bicycle complex to encourage students to use alternative transportation

Pablo Belloso Chavez

April 24, 2010

On the corner of Sierra Walk and Etiwanda Avenue, lying on a bicycle rack is a blue and white skeleton of a bicycle that has been stripped of its’ tires, lights and everything else valuable. The problem of bike theft is unfortunately an all too common crime on campus, said Anne P. Glavin, CS...

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