The Community Service Officer Program at CSUSB’s University Police Department has served as a pipeline to careers in criminal justice, both as sworn and unsworn personnel. Former community service officers have also pursued careers working closely with law enforcement agencies or have gone on to practice law.
California State University chiefs of police stand in unity with students, faculty and staff of the CSU in supporting the family of George Floyd, denouncing the use of excessive force and reaffirming their commitment to foster a campus culture that prioritizes compassion and care for all.
The ceremony for the new police officers took place March 28 in the Santos Manuel Student Union.
Sisu, a 2-year-old German shepherd, will work with CSUSB Officer Manny Aguirre on patrols and investigations.
Detective Devon Herrington of the Cal State San Bernardino Police Department was awarded the Officer of the Year award at the 42nd annual Law Enforcement Recognition Dinner on May 31 held by the San Bernardino Area Chamber of Commerce.
The Community Service Officers, who are known as “CSOs,” are tasked with a variety of responsibilities that include securing university buildings nightly, providing escorts, and logging in and returning found property.
Nina Jamsen will be honored by Assemblymember James C. Ramos as a 2019 Woman of Distinction in the 40th Assembly District on Friday, March 29, at Redlands Country Club.
The partnership between CSUSB and the San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health and how it supports the mental health needs of CSUSB students, was the focus of a presentation delivered at CSU’s Mental Health Convening event.
All five new officers are veterans of law enforcement from other agencies. They were sworn in on March 28.