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    Cal U Police Department

    The Cal U Police Department is responsible for security on campus. All Cal U police officers have extensive, ongoing police training, including courses in criminal justice, investigation, accident reporting, first aid, and criminal law and procedures. Their top priority is the safety and security of our campus community.

    University police officers check weekly with local police and receive all information concerning allegations of criminal activity by students. This information is retained by the Cal U Police Department and provided to the associate dean for student conduct, who may subject the violator to University disciplinary procedures.


    Safety Message

    Every Cal U student and employee has a role to play in promoting campus security. You can take steps to stay safe, protect your friends and guard your belongings. Read the latest safety message from campus police Chief Edward McSheffery.


    Officers and staff

    The California University Police Department is on duty around the clock, every day of the year. Campus police officers work with with local, state and federal law enforcement, as needed, to process physical evidence or investigate crimes. Meet our campus police officers and staff.


    Daily crime log

    Cal U police document reports of allegations involving criminal activity or violations of University rules and regulations when they are received. Criminal complaints, citations and other public records are available to any interested person or agency.


    Crime and fire safety statistics

    The Annual Safety Report (Clery Report), as well as security policies and procedures, is available at the Admissions and Administration and Finance offices in Dixon Hall; the Student Affairs Office in the Natali Student Center; and the Cal U Police Department in the Pollock Building.