On March 7, 2015, Cal Poly made national headlines when a St. Patrick’s Day celebration — commonly referred to as St. Fratty’s Day in San Luis Obispo — ended in a roof collapse and nine injured party goers. The event sparked conversations about change regarding parties and how to keep them safe. Since 2015, roofs […]
Cal Poly students have noticed an increase in biking citations for those commuting to campus, sparking interest over whether the University Police Department (UPD) is cracking down on traffic violations this year. The intersection at California St. and Foothill Blvd. has become a recurring spot for traffic violations on bikes, according to reports from multiple […]
Ignoring Cal Poly parking citations does not make them disappear, but rather increase the overall cost of the ticket and can ultimately lead to a big yellow boot on your car. So what happens when you receive a citation from Cal Poly Parking Services? Cal Poly does not make its own rules when it comes […]
University Police Department (UPD) Officer Chad Reiley was among the first to receive the California State University (CSU) Lifesaving Medal.
More online, phone and housing scams reported in Fall 2018 than in recent quarters.
University Police have been sent to help evacuate areas affected by the Camp and Woolsey fires, and ASI is hosting a donation drive to make sure evacuees are supplied.
Cal Poly’s bi-annual silent bike auction on Monday had students lined up to the end of the parking lot at the University Police Department (building 36). All 99 bikes offered in the auction were sold, according to Parking and Event Coordinator Gaven Hussey, bringing in an estimated $9,000. The bikes up for auction were impounded […]
There were 14 arrests during the week, 10 on-campus and 4 off-campus, an increase from 8 arrests during WOW 2017.
University Police Department’s K-9 Xello as retired after seven years on the force. Now, K-9 Zues will take his place.
UPD Assistant Vice President of Safety George Hughes said the feature started May 21.
Cal Poly was also ranked number 18 in California schools.