University police officers respond to reports of a stolen bike, graffiti and fire extinguishers being tampered with on campus.
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The Walter Pyramid ticket booth gets graffitied, the university president’s neighborhood sees a snooper and someone drives on campus.
During Wednesday’s ASI Senate meeting, students expressed support for moving funds away from the UPD and instead go toward CAPS.
Another vending machine was broken into, new phones were stolen from the delivery box, and more items were stolen from a cubicle.
Campus police respond to an individual facing housing insecurity, someone looking for medical assistance and reports of a missing fire extinguisher.
MacBooks were reported stolen, an employee received a scam email from, seemingly, another university employee and a door stayed open in the middle of the night.
A scissor lift was moved to a different parking lot at CSULB, drivers caused minor traffic issues at the intersection of East Seventh Street and West Campus Drive and University Police Department officers assist campus-goers.
The CSSA discussed acknowledging Indigenous land, prioritizing mental health support and reforming campus police during its meeting Saturday morning.
University Police is investigating a string of thefts reported from the Hall of Sciences Center and the Molecular and Life Sciences Center. On March 9, students and faculty reported seven incidents of possible theft to police, including four wallets, from the two science buildings. The most recent incident took place[Read More…]