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CSUF Irvine Campus

Located at 3 Banting, Irvine, CA 92618. Learn about the Police services at the Irvine Campus.  Or call (657) 278-1626.

EMERGENCY: 911 *** DISPATCH CENTER: 657-278-2515, OPEN 24 HOURS, EVERY DAY *** BUSINESS OFFICE: 657-278-4308, Mon-Fri, 8 AM-6 PM, closed holidays
CRIME ALERTS
  • Suspicious Person: Wednesday, October 25, 2017.  On Tuesday, October 24th, 2017, at approximately 9:22 p.m., a female CSUF student was walking with her dog through the west side of housing and the arboretum towards Lot J. The student saw a white male subject by himself, standing in the alley way of Juniper Hall and Manzanita Hall. After getting in his car, male subject parked his vehicle in the ROTC parking spaces and jumped out and walked directly towards the student. As the male subject got within arms-reach of the student, her dog bit the male subject on his left leg. The male subject screamed out loud, ran back to his vehicle, and drove away, never saying a word to the student. if you have any additional information to provide regarding the incident above, please contact CSUFPD Detective Sergeant Patrick Launi at 657-278-2903.  Please read the attached pdf for complete detailsPDF File .
  • **Update: The suspect (non-student) of the October 4th crime alert has been arrested by CSUF Police.  We want to thank our community for the great leads and for the witnesses that have come forward and have been working diligently with CSUF Police Detectives.**  ORIGINAL CRIME ALERT, INDECENT EXPOSURE, Wednesday, October 4, 2017: On October 3, a report was made by a student that a male subject was masturbating in his his vehicle on South Campus Drive, near Dan Black Hall.  Suspect was described as male, in his 40's, possibly "middle eastern descent," in a dark colored tee-shirt, sitting in a silver Toyota Camry.  Any witnesses should contact University Police Department by calling 911, 657-278-2515 (press 1), or contact Detective Jose Rosales at 657-278-2191.  Please see the attached pdf for complete details. PDF File
  • Any time you see something suspicious, move to a safe location, then call University Police immediately.

Live Scan New Hours

Live Scan services are Monday-Friday, 8 AM until 5 PM. Saturdays from 8 AM to noon. Walk-ins accepted - No appointment needed!

Please NOTE: The Police Services Office will be closed on Saturday, December 23 and will reopen on Tuesday, January 2, 2018.

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