List of CSUF Police Department Programs
Community Police Academy
The Community Police Academy is a six-week course which provides CSUF students, staff, and faculty the opportunity to learn from subject matter experts and gain valuable insight into the field of law enforcement.
The academy will help expand participants knowledge of the duties and responsibilities of a law enforcement officer and address any common misconceptions regarding split second decisions made during critical situations and common processes in day-to-day police operations.
Through the Community Police Academy, we strive to increase public safety, build trust, engage in perspective-taking, and develop a partnership between our diverse CSUF community.
Week 1 - Tuesday, October 3, 2023
Time: 6 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
*Light refreshments served at 5:50 p.m.
Week 2 - Tuesday, October 10, 2023
Time: 6 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
Week 3 - Tuesday, October 17, 2023
Time: 6 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
Week 4 - Tuesday, October 24, 2023
Time: 6 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
Week 5 - Wednesday, November 1, 2023
Time: 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
*Wednesday Class Due to Halloween on Tuesday, October 31st
**Class is slightly longer due to added activities
Week 6 - Tuesday, November 7, 2023
Time: 5:45 p.m. - 8:35 p.m.
*Longer class due to graduation ceremony and dinner
Each week, class will be open approximately 10 minutes prior to the start time.
Weekly attendance is required. Limited spots available. If you're unable to attend all six weeks, continue to follow us on social media or check our website for the next academy.
Community Police Academy Participants must be at least 18 years old. Open to current CSUF students, staff and faculty only.
We are honored to partner with you to support a safe, inclusive, and welcoming campus for all Titans to thrive.
If you have questions or concerns, contact email@example.com prior to completing the form.
The academy is not intended as training for those that seek to enter law enforcement. It is geared towards those looking for insight into day-to-day operations.
Coffee with a CSUF PD
Coffee with a CSUF PD brings police officers and the community together to break down barriers, discuss issues, and learn more about each other. No agenda, just conversation.
Free donuts by CSUF PD and coffee by Campus Dining
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CSUF Central Quad
Community Service Officer (CSO) - NOW HIRING FOR RECORDS and PATROL CSOs
The Community Service Officer (CSO) program is a support function for the CSUF Police Department. As a component of the department’s Crime Prevention Unit and the Records Bureau, student employees serve in a wide range of responsibilities.
HIRING FOR RECORDS & PATROL CSOs
CSOs receive priority registration.
*NOTICE: In order to submit this form via email, please open the form in Adobe Acrobat or Reader, fill out the form, and then click the "Submit" button.
-Starting Pay: $17 per hour
-Student workers are part-time; Maximum 20-hours per week
We’re partnering with HomeAid Orange County for the Essentials Diaper Drive. HomeAid Orange County plays a leading or partner role in helping to fight homelessness by donating time, resources, or money.
During this month-long period, you can drop unopened and unused diapers and wipes off in the receptacle at our main station (800 N. State College Blvd., Fullerton, CA 92831) which is located at the corner of Gymnasium Dr. & State College Blvd. and the CSUF Children’s Center. If you’re unable to personally deliver the items, you can ship the donations directly to the police station at:
Cal State Fullerton Police Department
800 N. State College Blvd., Fullerton, CA 92831
Attn: Gwen Dack
Oftentimes, struggling families have to choose between buying diapers or buying food. Your generous donation will ensure no family has to make that choice. Diapers of all sizes are welcome.
Complete for 2023
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)
Although for many years we’ve had a robust community engagement and training program, it’s important to look ahead, listen to concerns with an impartial lens, and adapt. Cal State Fullerton Police Department is committed to policing from the center, which means we’re part of the community and not isolated from it. We recognize the vital importance of public trust and cooperation in order for us to take the necessary steps forward.
You deserve a police department, our department, that looks at community outreach and policing through the lens of diversity, equity, and inclusion and one that vows to implement many of the recommendations outlined in The President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing.
There is much work to be done! We thank you for your patience as we reimage our role in the community, your role in our policing efforts, and what we can do and be if we work hand-in-hand.
DEI and Community Policing Efforts
- Educate to Empower: Law Enforcement and the Community
- Chief's Advisory Board (CAB)
- DEI Speaker Series
- CSUF PD's Community Police Academy
- Participation in ICCP Program
- CSUF PD's Cultural Competency Initiative (CCI)
- Use of Force
- Force Options Simulator
- Bias and Racial Profiling
- CSUF PD's Cultural Competency Initiative (Internal Only)
For a list of completed training, please visit our Policy, Practice, and Training page
Emergency Preparedness, Education and Training
Preparedness is important for disasters of any size and any location. In your home, your car, classroom or when you travel, being prepared should be a basic element of it. Learn how to make all aspects of your life safe and ready for anything.
Are You Ready?
Force Options Simulator
The simulator is an interactive tool used to educate and train law enforcement officers regarding real-world scenarios so they’re better prepared for difficult and quickly evolving calls for service.
Each year, the simulator is made available for a limited time to current CSUF students, staff, and faculty to improve community relations and understanding. During the training, a CSUF police officer will answer questions, explain the “why” behind particular approaches to a call, and ensure the safety and well-being of the participants.
Notice: The simulator may be triggering to some individuals as training weapons will be used on simulated and projected human targets. If you are unsure if this event is right for you, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before registering.
Registration Information: Registration is a two-step process. Please enter the applicable information in the Smartsheet form. Upon completion and submission, you’ll receive an email with the link to the scheduling calendar. Your appointment time is not confirmed until you receive the calendar confirmation email from Calendly. Please do not bring anyone with you to the training as they will not be admitted.
Spots are limited and only two participants will be scheduled per 30-minute slot. Please do not register unless you’re able to attend.
If you need assistance with the Calendly scheduler due to accessibility issues, please email email@example.com.
Check back for fall dates
Q: What did you learn from the CSUF Police Department's Force Options Simulator training that you didn't know before?
A: "The difficult decision that Officers are sometimes faced with."
Q: Please provide feedback or suggestions you believe would be helpful for CSUF Police Department's training opportunities going forward.
A: "I think this should be offered more regularly. It helps a layperson understand the scenarios of day-to-day life for a Police Officer."
Pedestrian Safety Week/Campaign
Our Pedestrian Safety Campaign took place September 5, 2022 - September 16, 2022 on a street near you.
During that time, officers will be posted at high-traffic intersections around campus to educate and enforce traffic laws as it pertains to pedestrian safety.
Orange County, along with Los Angeles and San Diego counties, are three of the top ten counties in the nation with the highest number of pedestrian fatalities.
Below you'll find links to pedestrian related accidents in our area.
Elderly man struck, killed by driver in Fullerton
Man hit by car while crossing street run over two more times, California police say
Remember, pedestrian safety is everyone’s responsibility!
For more information, visit us on social media @CSUFPD.
Pink Patch Project & T-shirt Design Contest
We need your help! We want you to design our Pink Patch 2023 shirt. Email your designs to firstname.lastname@example.org or send via DM on social media @CSUFPD. We will choose our favorite designs and then put those designs up for a community vote on social media. The shirt with the most votes wins and will be the official Cal State Fullerton Police Department 2023 Pink Patch t-shirt.
Over $1,400 raised and donated to City of Hope for breast cancer research and support. Thank you to all who participated.
During the month of October, we participate in the Pink Patch Project which is an annual campaign to educate, increase awareness, and raise money to fight breast cancer.
Help support by purchasing breast cancer awareness items (shirts, keychains, pink patches) sold by CSUF PD and Titan Shops. All items sold will ONLY be available through Titan Shops.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month and all items are on sale now!
All proceeds benefit the City of Hope .
Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) (Click for Additional Resources)
Additional Self-Defense Resources
RAD is a comprehensive, women-only course that promotes and teaches awareness, prevention, risk reduction and avoidance, and hands-on self-defense training. The course is taught by nationally certified RAD instructors who are CSUF police officers.
The course is open to all females. Affiliation with CSUF is not required.
$25 for the entire course
Questions? Email a RAD Instructor
Additional Self-Defense Classes: CSUF Titan Recreation offers Jiu Jitsu classes for anyone interested.
Click to view CSUF Titan Recreation class schedule.
All RAD classes are canceled until further notice. Please check back for future RAD course dates.
Military Exhibition Day - Complete for 2023
CSUF Army ROTC is hosting Military Exhibition Day on the CSUF Intramural Field.
Military helicopters will take off and land throughout the day and a helicopter display is available to the public.
THIS IS NOT A MILITARY DRILL OR TRAINING EVENT
Campus Road Closures & Public Safety Announcements
- The Intramural Field will be closed from 6 a.m. - 4 p.m.
- Gymnasium Drive and the Intramural Field Bike Path will be closed from 6:30 a.m. - 10 a.m. & 3 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Please remain off the field, except during the static display viewing time, for the safety of all involved.
For questions, comments, or concerns, please contact LTC Louis Lee at (253) 495-1197.
All approved and future ride-alongs have been canceled until further notice.
CSUF Police Department offers interested individuals the opportunity to accompany a police officer in the field to observe the patrol activities of the campus and immediate surrounding areas. All Ride-Along participants will be required to complete a background check on the day of their scheduled Ride-Along.
All Ride-Along participants need to sign the Ride-Along Waiver . All Ride-Along participants under the age of 18 will need a parent or guardian signature.
Questions? Call (657) 278-2905