Name Description
Authorization to Obtain Driving Records from the Department of Motor VehiclesPDF File Opens in new window Department of Motor Vehicles 
Behavior Concern ReportOpens in new window


If the situation is emergent, urgent, or the threat of violence is imminent or actively occurring, do not use this form; instead, call 911 or (657) 278-2515.

Report disturbing, threatening, or violent behavior of the individual to CSUF Police Department via this form. 

For use by current CSUF staff and faculty only. 

Bicycle RegistrationOpens in new window


You can now register your own bicycle or scooter on your own as long as it has a seriel #.

Registration is free!

Bowling with the Chief: Strikes for Safety

This event is complete for spring 2024. 

This free event is part of our community outreach efforts, a cornerstone of our holistic safety policing model as we strive to increase trust and build relationships. 

We look forward to meeting you, STRIKING up a conversation, breaking bread, and having a good time.

Car Seat InspectionOpens in new window

To have one of our certified Car Seat Inspection officers ensure your seat or booster is installed properly, please complete the Smartsheet form and subsequent Car Seat Check form. 

Inspections occur on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. only. Inspections requested outside of those days and times can't be accomodated. 

Citizen Complaint, Feedback and Personnel RecognitionOpens in new window



Complaints, feedback, suggestions, and personnel recognition are accepted via electronic submission by completing the form. Submissions may be made anonymously. 

These digitally accessible forms are part of our Police Reform and Enhanced Community Engagement Plan.
Community Engagement FormOpens in new window

To request the presence of department personnel at your event, take a tour, or have an officer make an appearance in a classroom or community event, other than a presentation, complete our CSUF PD Events, Tours, and Appearances Form.

Community Police Academy Application

Registration for the fall 2023 Community Police Academy is now closed.

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.

Community Service Officer Job Application (CSO) - Student Worker

CSOs receive priority registration

Community Service Officer - PatrolOpens in new window

*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: $17.50 per hour
-Student workers are part-time; Maximum 20-hours per week 

Community Service Officer (CSO)/Community Service Specialist (CSS) RequestOpens in new window

Need a CSO or CSS for your event, fire watch, or for a special assignment?

Cancellations: Cancellations must be communicated at least 24 hours in advance to avoid being charged.

CSA Reporting FormOpens in new window Clery Act - Campus Security Authorities Only 
Cultural Competency Initiative (CCI) Public Interest FormOpens in new window

The Cultural Competency Initiative is an internal diversity, equity, and inclusion training and awareness component that celebrates diversity of thought, beliefs, abilities, perspectives, professions, and backgrounds that fosters an open-minded culture and respectful two-way dialogue.

We would like to invite diverse community voices to meet with police personnel to discuss a wide range of topics that you choose.

We have no agenda and will not set the tone for the conversation, that will be all up to you.

Force Options Simulator Training

Check back for future dates

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 involving calls for service.

Each year, the simulator is made available to current CSUF students, staff, and faculty to improve community relations and understanding. 

If you need assistance with the Calendly scheduler due to accessibility issues, please email 

Hands-on Active Shooter TrainingOpens in new window

Our hands-on active shooter training consists of a presentation and a controlled simulation of “Fight” in the Run. Hide. Fight. Response.

A sworn department member conducts the presentation and facilitates the training component. A student community service officer (CSO) in a padded suit acts as the aggressor in the training activity. Soft items are placed around the space to simulate weapons that can be used to distract or stun the shooter.

Date: Check back for future dates

Lost Property InquiryOpens in new window Bring valid picture ID to claim property 
Police Officer RequestOpens in new window

Special Events 

Cancellations: Cancellations must be communicated at least 24 hours in advance to avoid being charged.

Presentation RequestOpens in new window Complete and submit the form to request a presentation for your group, club, department, or organization. All presentations are open to the public except the Listening and Sharing Tour (CSUF ONLY).

The online Presentation Request form is part of our Police Reform and Enhanced Community Engagement Plan.
Public Affairs Internship Application

*Not hiring at this time

Current Junior/Senior Communication Majors Only
(Academic Internship)

Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) Canceled Until Further Notice
Course Inquiry 
Ride-Along WaiverPDF File Opens in new window Contact the on-duty watch commander at (657) 278-2905 to schedule a ride-along