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23-Campus California State University Police Departments Join CCUPCA



23-Campus California State University Police Departments Join CCUPCA

The entire California State University and its 23-campus Police Departments officially became members of the California College & University Police Chiefs Association, effective January 1, 2016.

The California State University, with its 23 campuses, 460,000 students, and 47,000 faculty …

CCUPCA Legislative Chair Participates at 2016 NAICU Conference



CCUPCA Legislative Chair Participates at 2016 NAICU Conference

CCUPCA Legislative Chair Stan Skipworth was an invited panelist at the National Association of Independent Colleges & Universities at its annual conference in Washington D.C., on January 31st and February 1st.

Skipworth participated on a panel to share effective strategies …

Training Day added to CCUPCA Spring ’16 Conference



Training Day added to CCUPCA Spring ’16 Conference

The California College & University Police Chiefs Association has once again added the very popular Training Day pre-conference seminar series.  And this year, CCUPCA offers a Training Day that will include updates and key information on:

  • Dispatch & Communications legal

FAA provides new registration protocol for UAS users



FAA provides new registration protocol for UAS users

An issue of growing importance to college & university police and security agencies across California has been addressed in part by the Federal Aviation Administration.

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The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) today announced a streamlined and …

CCUPCA Readies for 24th Annual Legislative Day, April 12-13



CCUPCA Readies for 24th Annual Legislative Day, April 12-13

Once again, the California College & University Police Chiefs Association will trek to our State Capital, where important legislative objectives will be fully engaged in dialog and in preparation for bill development.

As you know, CCUPCA was particularly successful in …

CCUPCA Membership Renewal Period Coming Soon



CCUPCA Membership Renewal Period Coming Soon

The California College & University Police Chiefs Association reminds all of our current members, and our future members as well, that the renewal for memberships will be January 1, 2016.  Membership registration is good for the upcoming calendar year (2016).…

CCUPCA, IACLEA Mourns the loss of Officer Garrett Swasey



CCUPCA, IACLEA Mourns the loss of Officer Garrett Swasey

The California College & University Police Chiefs Association joins our colleagues at the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators in honoring the memory of University of Colorado-Colorado Springs police officer Garrett Swasey, who was slain in the line of …

Social Media Monitoring Article Highlights Work of LA County Sheriff



Social Media Monitoring Article Highlights Work of LA County Sheriff

Featured in the November issue of Campus Security Report, Deputy Tony Moore of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department provides an insightful and informative look into an effective social media marketing program designed to detect the earliest warning signs …

CCUPCA Pauses to Reflect



CCUPCA Pauses to Reflect

On Friday, November 13th, the world learned of the series of vicious attacks that took place in several areas across Paris, France. In what has become an all-too familiar news item, dozens of people were the victims of …

CCUPCA Welcomes New member, University of Southern California



CCUPCA Welcomes New member, University of Southern California

The California College & University Police Chiefs Association is proud to announce its newest member, the University of Southern California Department of Public Safety.

The USC Department of Public Safety (DPS) is one of the largest campus public safety departments …

CCUPCA Legislative Advocacy Continues to Grow



CCUPCA Legislative Advocacy Continues to Grow

This month, the following bills CCUPCA has sponsored or contributed to their final forms have passed through both houses and have arrived to the Governor’s Office for signature.

  • SB 707—which will prohibit a person who has a permit to carry