CSUPD is hosting a countywide emergency response training on campus this week.
CSUPD is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying six individuals who may have unknowingly been victims of a string of criminal incidents.
Applications are still being accepted for the Citizen's Police Academy, through Friday, Dec. 15.
Colorado State University Police Department is asking anyone with information about graffiti that occurred on several buildings across campus to contact them.
The vast majority of Colorado State University students report that they feel safe on campus, and that the Colorado State University Police Department does an excellent job of maintaining safety.
CSUPD is a collection site for National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on April 29. Unused or expired prescription medications may be dropped off at the department’s lobby in Green Hall on campus between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. No liquid, needles or sharps will be accepted, but the site will accept pills or patches for disposal. Dropping off unused prescriptions is free and anonymous, and helps to keep medications from being diverted or stolen for misuse or abuse. Accidental poisoning, overdoses and drug abuse rates related to prescription medication in the United States are high. Studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends, including from the home medicine cabinet. Previous advice to flush unused medications down the toilet is now discouraged because it poses potential safety and health hazards, as does throwing drugs away without extra precautions. National Drug Take Back Day is a partnership among local law enforcement agencies and the DEA. Last October, during National Drug Take Back Day, more than 730,000 pounds of prescription drugs were dropped off at more than 9,000 collection sites. Overall, in 12 previous Take Back events, more than 7.1 million pounds of pills have been disposed of through this event.
It’s tax time, and along with anticipation of a refund, or dread of a big payment, come inevitable scams.
Faculty, staff and students are welcome to apply for a two-year term on the appeals committee.
What’s it like to investigate a crime scene? Are you familiar with laws related to policing, or when police use force or other tactics? Here’s your chance to learn. The Colorado State University Police Department, Division of Student Affairs and CSU Bookstore will kick off the 12th annual Citizen’s Police Academy beginning Thursday, Feb. 2. The academy will conduct 12 classes and conclude with graduation on Thursday, April 27. Classes will be held every from 6 - 8 p.m. Thursday from the initial date through graduation, excluding Spring Break. Classes will take place in the CSUPD Training Room at Green Hall and other locations, according to academy activities. There will be one four-hour Saturday class so students can participate in police related scenarios using the department’s simulator. Anyone in the CSU community may take part in this unique experience. This academy does not require any previous knowledge of law enforcement or any special physical abilities. Fifteen students and ten faculty or staff members will be admitted into the academy. Student applicants must have a 2.5 or above GPA. All applicants must be free of felony and misdemeanor convictions and must agree to a limited background investigation. To apply, download an application and submit it between Monday, Nov. 14 through Friday, Jan. 6. Contact CSUPD Sgt. Chris Robertson at 9710-491-2312 or email@example.com for more information.