Community Classes and Outreach
UPD has coordinated, participated in, and hosted many community (campus and local) outreach events. In total, these events have brought together an estimated 7,800 community attendees. In an effort to be consistently involved in the community, UPD hosts events such as Rape Aggression Defense, National Collegiate Awareness Week, CPR/AED training, and the Associated Students’ SLUTWALK).
UPD welcomes any opportunity to collaborate with the community and encourages CSUMB departments to participate in:
- Department-wide presentations or trainings
- Working collaboratively on an event, campaign, initiative, panel discussion or classroom dialogue
If you are interested in collaborating with UPD on outreach events, contact the department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CPR & AED
A four-hour American Heart Association Heartsaver course, taught by certified Presidio of Monterey Fire Department staff. Attendees receive certification in CPR and AED use.
Rape Aggression Defense System
A free self-defense class taught by certified RAD instructors. Two types of classes are offered, one designed for men and one designed for women.
The University Police Department is a resource similar to other campus resources within CSUMB for the community and encourages collaborative efforts with faculty, staff and students alike. As part of that effort, this section will highlight campaigns and initiatives.
Coffee with a cop
An opportunity for CSUMB students, faculty, and staff to express their safety concerns and ask questions in a relaxed atmosphere.
Alternative Transportation Safety Initiative
A campaign that focuses on responsible traveling and recreation on campus.
National Crime Victim’s Rights Week
Officers develop a better understanding of the needs of crime victims by empowering them to tell their story and express their needs.