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Any and all media inquiries, including requests for on-camera interviews, assistance with completing journalism assignments or Sundial articles, and requests for statistics, must be routed to the Public Information Officer for the CSUN Police Department, Christina Villalobos at (818) 677-7922 or by email.

"Meet the Dogs" Event a Great Sucess

April 23, 2014

Child Pets Dogs at Meet the Dogs

California State University, Northridge was the setting for an energetic dog show as the campus’ Department of Police Services — along with the Cypress Police Department, Glendale Police Department, Ventura Police Department, Ventura County Sheriff’s Department, Ventura County Search and Rescue and Department of Homeland Security — showed off their tough but lovable K-9 unit dogs during April 16′s “Meet The Dogs” event. Read more

Sexual Assault Continues to be a Problem on College Campuses

November 20, 2013

Photo illustration by: John Saringo-Rodriguez / Photo Editor and Jasmine Mochizuki / Visual Editor
Despite a federal law known as the Jeanne Clery Act, which requires college campuses to notify every sexual assault case to the U.S. Department of Education, colleges nationwide have admitted that they have underreported the number of cases in recent years. Read more

CSUN Police Chief Among Dignitaries at D.C. Press Conference

January 25, 2013

Press Conference

California State University, Northridge Chief of Police Anne P. Glavin was among a broad coalition including law enforcement, doctors and clergy to join Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein in the U.S. Capitol on Thursday, Jan. 24, at a press conference reintroducing legislation to ban assault weapons.

 
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IACLEA President to Join Sen. Feinstein for Assault Weapons Control Bill Introduction

January 17, 2013

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WEST HARTFORD, CT (January 17, 2013) - The International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) has been invited to join Senator Dianne Feinstein (California) during a press conference to mark her introduction of a comprehensive assault weapons control bill that would also require background checks for most gun sales and related transactions.  Read more
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