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Faculty member interviewed by investigators in University Police racial profiling case

The faculty member who raised racial profiling allegations against University Police completed an intake interview with Cal Poly’s Office of Equal Opportunity, according to California Faculty Association (CFA) President Lewis Call. “We are hopeful that the university’s investigation will now be able to proceed promptly,” Call wrote in an email to Mustang News. University administration […]

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Union suspects racial profiling after email alleges UPD handcuffed faculty member of color

The California Faculty Association (CFA) suspects University Police racially profiled a faculty member of color during a traffic stop, according to an email obtained by Mustang News sent to all union members Thursday, Nov. 14. But after an initial search, University Police cannot find any incidents matching the description.  After being pulled over earlier this […]

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UPD and SLOPD crack down on party violations during Halloween this year

San Luis Obispo Police (SLOPD) and University Police (UPD) worked in conjunction to crack down on party violations and underage drinking during Halloween this year. UPD targeted illegal alcohol sales using an Alcoholic Beverage Control grant, according to a news release, addressing underage drinking, over-intoxication and the use of fake ID cards in stores and […]

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University Police targets underage drinking during Open House and Poly Royal Rodeo weekend

The University Police Department (UPD) conducted a special operation during Open House weekend April 12-13 targeting underage and binge drinking near campus. The operation resulted in 26 citations and 11 arrests, according to UPD. UPD received $39,209 in grant funding this year from the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control to hold periodic operations, according […]

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Cal Poly launches tool to connect sexual assault survivors with local resources and take action

Cal Poly and several community partners unveiled a new resource for sexual assault survivors, assisting them in anonymously gathering information, exploring local services and reporting the crime when they are ready. In Seek Then Speak, Survivors are guided through a series of questions to determine the best options to get assistance. The free program is designed […]