Forms and Programs Directory

Welcome to the University Police Department forms and programs directory. Your safety is our top priority. Click A-Z to quickly find what you're looking for. 

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ACTIVE SHOOTER SITUATION

In the event of an Active Shooter inside a campus building, the priority should be to safely leave the area as quickly as possible, leaving all of your belongings (except a cell phone if possible).

 

ALCOHOL POLICY

Alcohol continues to be the #1 drug on college campuses, and CSU, Chico is no exception. The University Police Department takes alcohol abuse very seriously, and actively enforces University Alcohol Policies and State laws. University Police Officers are also trained First Responders, and will contact paramedics if a student appears severely intoxicated. Students should be aware of the University Alcohol Policy, especially those students residing in campus residence halls or apartments.

 

ANNUAL SECURITY REPORT

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act) requires all universities and colleges that participate in federal financial aid programs to disclose information about crime on and around their campuses. The Clery Act requires colleges and universities to publish an annual security report and a fire safety report by October first of each year.  The law requires that these institutions make both reports available to all current students and employees, as well as the public.

The Annual Security Report contains information regarding campus security, personal safety, and campus policy. The report includes topics such as crime prevention, crime reporting, disciplinary procedures, and Title IX information. The report also includes certain crime statistics for the three previous calendar years that occurred on or adjacent to campus or campus property.

ASSAULT

There are a lot of myths about sexual assault. Many people think that sexual assaults are perpetrated by strangers, and that sexual assault mainly occurs in high risk areas like deserted parking lots or isolated areas. Most sex offenders knew their victims and almost 60% of incidents take place in a residential setting.



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BIKE SAFETY AND REGISTRATION

There are a lot of great reasons to register your bike including possible retrieval and return to the owner in case of theft. Please don’t ride your bike in the campus corridor! Learn campus rules for biking or you could receive a citation.

BLUE LIGHT PHONES

If you are in a dangerous situation on campus look for the bright blue lights! There are emergency Blue Light Phones at many exterior locations throughout the campus. The Blue Light Phones automatically dial 9-1-1 and ring directly into the CSU, Chico Police Department when the button is pushed.



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CALIFORNIA CAMPUS SAFETY PLAN

CAMPUS CARD ACCESS

Do you need updates to your Wildcat Card building access?

 

CAMPUS CONNECTION

Need a ride at night? Campus Connection is a shuttle service provided FREE of charge by the University Police Department to the campus community as an alternative to walking on campus at night.

CAMPUS CRIME MAP

 

CAMPUS PUBLIC SAFETY MESSAGES

 

CAMPUS WIDE SAFETY PROGRAMS

California State University, Chico is deeply committed to the safety of its faculty, staff, and students. There are several campus programs designed to promote campus wide safety.

 

CITIZEN COMPLAINT

It is our goal at the CSU, Chico Police Department to serve you in an exemplary manner. We are interested in your opinion on how we can be of better service to you. We value your impressions, ideas and perceptions. A positive relationship between police and the public we serve, fostered by confidence and trust, and is essential to effective law enforcement.

All complaints will be assigned to a supervisor and thoroughly reviewed/investigated. Appropriate corrective action will be taken when warranted. You will be notified of the outcome at the conclusion of the investigation. You may use this form, or if you prefer, you may telephone us or visit us to provide any information whatsoever. The time you take to provide information is important and meaningful to us.

CODE OF REGUATIONS

COMMENTS AND SUGGESTIONS

  • We welcome your feedback! Please send us a non-emergency related Message

 

COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM (C.E.R.T.)

The CSU, Chico Campus Emergency Response Team is based on the standardized FEMA model currently being used across the country. The team will be used in campus emergency situations to augment first responder resources and may also be called upon by the greater community as disaster service workers.

 

COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER PROGRAM

Community Service Officers (CSOs) are student employees of the University Police Department, hired to provide community services to our campus and to provide support services to the Police Department.

CONTACT US

In case of an emergency dial 9-1-1 or use a blue light phone

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EMERGENCY CONTACTS

 

EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION SYSTEM

The University can now send notice of on-campus emergency situations to students, faculty and staff.

 

EMERGENCY PREPARATION

Chico State is prepared for a wide variety of emergency situations. Learn how to be prepared and what services are offered.

 

ENVIRONMENAL HEALTH AND SAFETY (EHS) DEPARTMENT

The department of EHS oversees a number of programs designed to provide environmental oversight, and ensure the health and safety of our community.



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HATE CRIMES

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PARKING



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SAFETY AND SERVICES PRESENTATIONS





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