Police

Department of Police Services

Chief Anne GlavinMessage from the Chief - The 353-acre campus of the California State University, Northridge is situated in the heart of Los Angeles` San Fernando Valley. This is a densely populated area in which the California State University, Northridge Police Services Department takes many steps to help all members of the community pursue their educational goals as free as possible from the effects of criminal activity. Although there are many pleasures associated with urban living, universities today share many of the same problems that exist in the city in which the university resides. California State University, Northridge is no exception and sometimes we experience unwanted crime problems.

No police department can function effectively without the assistance of a responsible community. We need your help and cooperation - only in this manner can we work together for a safe campus.

The information carried in this website is designed to inform you of the police and security support services and programs that have been developed to provide an environment supportive of educational, professional and extracurricular activities. We hope this information is useful to you and that you will follow the crime prevention advice and suggestion.

Crime Alerts

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Theft of Parking Permits - Reported 11/02/2014 to 11/08/2014 .  Read the alert issued on 11/12/2014 for prevention tips.

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Basic Residential Security

Thursday, February 12, 2015 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Residential Security

“Have you ever wondered about whether your porch light was bright enough or whether you should trim that stubborntree blocking your front window?” Whether you own your own home or rent an apartment or condo, chances are you have questioned the safety and security of that structure.  Read more

radKIDS - Personal Empowerment Safety Education 5-7 Years of Age

Monday, February 23, 2015 - 5:30pm

Oviatt Library

The radKIDS curriculum includes realistic physical skills to recognize, avoid, resist and when necessary, 
escape physical violence and/or harm and abduction. radKIDS is for children aged 5-12 years of age. 
Return and practice free until your 12th birthday! Read more

radKIDS - Personal Empowerment Safety Education 8-12 Years of Age

Monday, April 6, 2015 - 5:30pm to Friday, April 10, 2015 - 7:30pm

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The radKIDS curriculum includes realistic physical skills to recognize, avoid, resist and when necessary, 
escape physical violence and/or harm and abduction. radKIDS is for children aged 5-12 years of age. 
Return and practice free until your 12th birthday! Read more

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