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Special Police Services

The University Police Department logged several hundred requests for special services during the last fiscal year. Such calls were non-police in nature, yet affected the interest and well-being of campus community members as well as visitors and therefore constitute an important function of the department. Some services are listed below. This is not a complete list of what we will do for you. Call us at 654-2111; if we can't help you, we probably know who can.

Safety Escort Service - The University Police Department provides safety escort service to any location on campus.  If for any reason you don't feel comfortable or safe walking during hours of darkness, or anytime, please call 654-2111 for a safety escort.  A police officer or community service officer will respond and walk with you to your destination.

First Aid - When the Campus Health Center is closed (weekends, or after regular working hours during the week) assistance with emergency medical problems can be obtained through the University Police Department. Officers are trained in first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Requests for medical and ambulance services may always be obtained through the Police Department.

Fires - In the event of a confirmed fire, contact the University Police Department immediately and advise the dispatcher of the location and nature of the fire. False alarms are a danger to all of us. Please help us in deterring false alarms.

Vehicle Problems - Calls for such assistance can be made from any public phone, on-campus phones or emergency phones provided. We will assist you in locating emergency repair services, or jump starting your car.

Emergency Messages - When such messages are considered critical in nature, all efforts to contact the student involved are made by the Department in conjunction with the Records Department and Residence Halls.

Fingerprints - Livescan services are provided only to CSUB Staff, Faculty and Students at this time.   If none of these apply, you can still obtain Livescan services from the Kern County Sheriff's Department.   You can contact them at 661-391-7500.

 

Lost and FoundThe University Police Department maintains the campus lost and found.