Special Message from our President, Will Glen - October 12, 2016

It with great sadness and heavy hearts that we once again mourn the tragic deaths of our fellow law enforcement officers, who while in the service of their community gave the ultimate sacrifice of their lives. They were committed individuals who chose their profession to make a difference, understanding the demands of a higher ethical standard and the challenges presented in each and every encounter they would make. This was again another senseless attack upon society itself, one which the Palm Springs community grieve through.

The California College and University Police will continue to advocate against the violence and work with our communities to ensure the safety of all.

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Irvine Police officer Scott Larson stands at attention as part of the color guard during a 9/11 Commemoration Ceremony at Irvine Valley College on Tuesday. Images of the terror attacks were shown on a screen including this image of the flag raising at ground zero in the rubble of the twin towers.                                  ///ADDITIONAL INFO:                  03.iwn.memorial.0913.pb      Shot:  09/11/12         Paul Bersebach, The Orange County Register








Will Glen, President
Irvine Valley College Police

Mark DiMaggio, 1st Vice President
Palomar College

Donn  Peterson, 2nd Vice President
Humboldt State University

Hampton Cantrell, Treasurer
Loyola Marymount University

Jennifer DiMaggio, Executive Director

Randy Burba, Past President
Chapman University


Legislative Affairs

Stanley Skipworth, LegInfo@CCUPCA.com, The Claremont Colleges


Regional Representatives

Southern California: Mike Trevis, mtrevis@elcamino.edu - El Camino College

Northern California: Andre Barnes, abarnes@ccsf.edu - San Francisco City College


Constituent Group Representatives

Pamela Roskowski, PRoskowski@police.ucsf.edu - UC San Francisco

David Huerta, dhuerta@csufresno.edu - CSU Fresno

Charles Gibson, cgibson@4cd.edu - Contra Costa Community College District

Thomas Bauer, tbauer@westmont.edu - Westmont College

Photo of Chief Glen with Flag 1 7-2008 Posted

Welcome to the CCUPCA Website!

I am proud to serve as President of the California College & University Police Chiefs Association as it embarks upon its 35th year, and I am pleased that you have visited our website.

CCUPCA is a professional organization dedicated to enhancing campus safety and crime prevention among all institutions of higher education across California.  Our network of executive-level leaders in agencies serving public and private colleges and universities serve more than 3 million students, staff and faculty throughout the state.

To learn more about CCUPCA, I invite you to visit here often, and to follow us on our Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn pages.  I also invite and encourage you to contact us to learn more about our organization, and, if you are not a member of CCUPCA yet--become a member today!  It's fast, easy, and you will immediately become a part of our resource.

Thank you again for visiting CCUPCA!

Will Glen,




November 9-11, 2016 at The Cliffs Resort


Campus Safety Claremont

How to Become a CCUPCA Member

The California College and University Police Chiefs Association represents institutions in higher education currently serving more than 3 million students, staff and faculty throughout the State of California.  CCUPCA members are police chiefs, directors and command-level officers from nearly 100 public and private colleges and universities in California.

Becoming a part of CCUPCA is fast, and it's never been easier.  To join the California College & University Police Chiefs Association and begin your partnership with some the leading higher education law enforcement executives, click here.


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