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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








Hampton Cantrell, President
Loyola Marymount University

Donn Peterson, President
Humboldt State University

Jeff Talbott, Vice President
University of Redlands

Joel Justice, 2nd Vice President
Ventura County Community College District

Treasurer – Vacant

Jennifer DiMaggio, ExecutiveDirector@CCUPCA.com

Ron Levine, levineronald@fhda.edu, Foothill-De Anza Community College District


Welcome and thank you for visiting the California College & University Police Chief’s Association Website!  The State of California leads the nation in so many things including the quality of and access to post-secondary education.  It is an honor to represent California Colleges and Universities as they endeavor to provide a safe learning environment for students, faculty, and staff.

CCUPCA is a professional organization dedicated to enhancing crime prevention and campus safety among all institutions of higher education across the State of California.  Our network of executive-level leaders in agencies serving public and private colleges and universities serve more than 3 million students, faculty, and staff throughout the state.  To learn more about CCUPCA and what it has to offer, don’t hesitate to contact us and I invite you to attend one of our upcoming events.  I suggest too that you visit here often and follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

If you are a member, thank you!  If you are not yet a member, I encourage you to take a look at what our organization has to offer.  Once you do, I’m sure you will consider membership.  It’s fast, easy, and you will immediately become connected with an outstanding network of professionals with a powerful voice in the Capitol, timely access to legislative updates that cut through the bureaucracy and deal directly with what matters most to you, as well as becoming an important part our collective resource.

I hope you have found the information and resources here useful and informative.  I am proud to serve as President of the California College & University Police Chiefs Association as it embarks upon its 36th year and thank you again for visiting!

Warm Regards,

Donn G. Peterson






Current Member Agencies

City College of San Francisco
Claremont University Consortium
College of the Sequoias
Columbia College
Cuesta College
Foothills-De Anza Community College District
Fuller Theological Seminary
Fullerton College
Glendale Community College

Golden West College
Irvine Valley College
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
Los Angeles Unified School District
Loyola Marymount University
Menlo College
North Orange County Community College

Notre Dame de Namur University
Palomar College
Riverside Community College District
Saddleback College
University of San Diego

University of Redlands
University of San Francisco
Ventura County Community College District
West Valley-Mission Community College District

Past Member Agencies

Academy of Art University – SF
Antelope Valley College
Allan Hancock Joint Comm. College District
Butte College
California Institute of Technology
California Lutheran University
California Maritime Academy

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.


Contact Us

Jennifer DiMaggio
Executive Director
71 Day Road
Ventura, CA. 93003

Phone: 760.213-7723