Crime Alerts

This page contains the most recent crime alerts. The purpose of a crime alert is to inform the campus community regarding crimes and incidents that have come to the attention of the University Police. While these notices are primarily an attempt to increase safety awareness, they also serve to dispel myths/rumors regarding campus crimes or incidents.  Timely warnings may be distributed to campus offices, residence halls and libraries, off-campus locations, and through the Internet. Timely warning notices are maintained on the CSUDH Police web site for a period of one (1) year) in the archive section.

The purpose of this notice is to inform the campus community regarding crimes and incidents that have come to the attention of the University Police. While these notices are primarily an attempt to increase safety awareness, they also serve to dispel myths/rumors regarding campus crimes or incidents. Timely Warnings may be distributed to campus offices, residence halls, libraries, off-campus locations, and through the internet.  Timely Warning Notices are maintained on the CSUDH website for a period of one year.

The University Police Department has received a report of a Sexual Battery of a female student. The victim states that the incident occurred on November 14, 2016 at 1:40 p.m. The victim was approached by an unknown male while she was seated at a picnic table adjacent to Building 10 of the Small College Complex. The suspect engaged the victim in conversation. The victim told the suspect to leave. The suspect patted the victim on the buttocks (over her clothing). The victim pushed the suspect away and he left.    

The suspect is described as a Black male, 50-60 years old, 6’ tall, heavy build, wearing an olive green hat, black jacket, white-T-shirt, tan cargo shorts, Nike Airmax shoes, and carrying a black backpack. There are no further details at this time.

This Notice is in compliance with 20 U.S.C. Section 1092(f), the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act” (Clery Act), and the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).

     

Tips:

* Know the location of campus emergency telephone towers.

* Report suspicious persons or activity to police.

* Be aware of your surroundings.

 

Anyone with information that may assist in the investigation is urged to call the University Police at (310) 243-3639.  Anonymous tips can be provided by calling the campus Anonymous Tip Hotline at (310) 243- 3980.