Students, faculty and staff should expect a brief test message on their cell, home and office phones, as well as an email.
University Police are asking members of the campus community to exercise caution and be aware of their surroundings following an attempted theft of a laptop on Friday.
Police cleared University Village and the vicinity Wednesday evening after searching for a burglary suspect. The incident began when Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a 2:54 p.m. call reporting a residential burglary in Walnut, Sgt. Mark Saldecke said.…
Police cleared University Village and the vicinity Wednesday evening after searching for a burglary suspect.
Police are still looking for a burglary suspect near University Village. If nearby, continue to shelter in place. Suspect is described as black male with black shirt. Do NOT approach. Anyone with information should call university police immediately at (909)…
University Police are advising the campus community to take extra safety precautions in the wake of a strong-arm robbery that occurred near campus.
Several themes emerged from the Campus Forums on vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian safety, which invited the campus community to share their concerns and suggest possible solutions to improve safety.
The most recent theft occurred at 7 p.m., Monday, April 29, when a man entered a classroom in Building 7 (College of Environmental Design) when students were not there.
Since 1981, one week in April has been designated National Public Safety Telecommunications Week. It’s a chance to honor and highlight the hard work of dispatchers, the individuals who answer emergency calls, route that information to officers.