Required by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act [20 U.S.C. § 1092(f)(J)(iii)(3)], timely Warnings are triggered by Clery-specific crimes that have already occurred but represent an ongoing threat to the CSUMB community. Timely warnings will be distributed community-wide where there is a reasonable expectation to reach the entire campus community, which is typically sent via mass e-mail.
Warnings disseminated within the most recent 60-days have been posted for your convenience. Each link below will open a copy of the associated warning.
If a person is triggered by a timely warning and wishes to seek mental health services, they are encouraged to contact the Personal Growth and Counseling Center.
If seeing a timely warning empowers someone to report their crime victimization, they can contact University Police by dialing the non-emergency number (831) 655-0268, Title IX by emailing email@example.com, or make a report to a Campus Security Authority.
Public Safety Bulletins, or crime alerts, are notices for other crimes or safety issues that occur either on-campus or in surrounding communities that UPD wishes to make the CSUMB community aware.
Bulletins disseminated within the most recent 60-days have been posted for your convenience. Each link below will open a copy of the associated bulletin.