Coffee With A Cop
Coffee With A Cop brings police officers and the community together to break down barriers, discuss issues and learn more about each other.
Join us for Coffee With A Cop as we partner with the College of Humanities & Sciences
Save the Date
Sept. 10, 2018
Oct. 3, 2018
Nov. 15, 2018
Dec. 10, 2018
All Coffee With A Cop events will be from 9:30am-11am in the Humanities Quad
Community Service Officer (CSO)
The Community Service Officer (CSO) program is a support function for the University Police Department. As a component of the department’s Crime Prevention Unit, student employees serve in a wide range of responsibilities.
Interested in becoming a CSO? Download the Community Service Officer job application.
Want to hire a CSO?
To hire a CSO, complete the CSO Request form and email it to Corporal Perez.
-Minimum 3 hours per CSO
-Hourly Rate: $17 per CSO (Additional Charge on Holidays)
-All late requests are billed at $21.75 per hour (Less than 14 days in advance)
-Failure to provide all applicable information may invalidate request
Community Service Officers are student assistants employed by the UPD. The CSO unit is supervised by a police corporal.
Questions? Call (657) 278-5533
NOTE: Requests must be made 14 days prior to the event. No guarantees for late submissions.
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?
Encouraging a Positive and Interactive Community (EPIC)
EPIC is a cohesive and active approach of engagement with the community. This entails collaborating with students, staff, faculty and organizations on crime prevention programs, professional presentations, educational tabling events and outreach such as Coffee With A Cop.
To schedule an outreach event with UPD, call (657) 278-3423
Game Changer utilizes sports to create conversation between the community, police officers and justice system officials. The program encourages respectful two-way dialogue which is solution oriented, fun and engaging.
For more information, visit Game Changer
Pink Patch Project
The Pink Patch Project is a public awareness campaign designed to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer and to support cancer research organizations.
UPD is dedicated to that fight! All proceeds from the sale of our Pink Patches and T-shirts directly benefit cancer research and education at the City of Hope.
Our Pink Patches are for sale in person at the University Police Station (identified as UP on the campus map) or on the City of Hope website.
Cost: Patches: $10
Thank you for your support.
Rape Aggression Defense (RAD)
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.
Cost: $25 for 3 sessions
Questions? Email RAD Instructor
UPD 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
|Training Offered By UPD|
|Active Shooter||Alcohol Awareness|
|Campus Safety||Distracted Driving|
|DUI Goggles||Identity Theft|
|Sexual Assault||Traffic Safety|
For additional safety presentations and training, email Corporal Perez.