Two Long Beach State students filed stalking reports to the University Police Department this past week. Their stories lead this week’s crime blotter.
Author: Ramon Alvarado
An alleged off-campus rape incident and suspicious activity on campus headline this week’s crime blotter report.
A bike, a laptop, and a vehicle go missing in separate incidents to lead this week’s crime blotter report.
The University Police Department has established a bike team to patrol campus and inform students of laws and regulations.
Two people asked a female student suspicious questions and hit-and-runs persist in this week’s crime blotter.
Suspicious activity and a rare traffic accident involving a unicycle lead the way for this week’s crime blotter.
Hit-and-run reports have become common for the University Police Department during the first few weeks of the fall semester. Hit-and-runs, a suspicious person and a stolen vehicle highlight this week’s crime blotter.
President Jane Close Conoley and the University Police Department’s Captain Rick Goodwin have confirmed there are on-going discussions about cameras being placed in campus parking structures.
The parking situation at CSULB has resulted in an influx of traffic on campus, leading to numerous hit-and-runs in the first weeks of the fall semester.
Long Beach State computer science majors, Samantha Hangsan and Nikki Nguyen want other female computer science majors to know they’re not alone.