“Give up your job, give it to someone who is more capable and actually cares about people’s lives,” SQE President Gianna Bissa said, calling for Sheriff Ian Parkinson’s resignation.
Body cameras will now record most police action at Cal Poly. A five-year, almost $100,000 contract was signed this summer with law enforcement equipment supplier Axon to provide University Police (UPD) with body cameras. The goal is transparency, according to…
This does not include an estimated 30 to 50 fans that were removed from the venue by event staff.
There were 14 arrests during the week, 10 on-campus and 4 off-campus, an increase from 8 arrests during WOW 2017.
These numbers may be affected by the willingness of victims to come forward, as well as the university’s method of collecting information.