SHAC Hosting Flu Shot Clinic

On Thursday October 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Center for Student Health and Counseling is hosting a flu shot clinic for students in the Smith Memorial Student…

Crime Blotter

September 16 Arrest At 1:01 a.m. Officer Shawn McKenzie and Officer Denae Murphy contacted non-students Michael Crist and Cole Robison. Crist was arrested on an outstanding felony warrant and Robison…

PSU looks back at campus crime

Over summer term, the Campus Public Safety Office was very busy—making arrests, responding to a variety of calls and implementing the new after hours access procedures. One such arrest stemmed…

Meet the Campus Public Safety Office

Having the ability to learn, study and grow in a safe environment will be an integral part of your successful college career here at Portland State. To that end, PSU’s Campus Public Safety Office is constantly striving to maintain the utmost level of safety and security on campus.

PSU regulates building access

On the evening of Tuesday, July 9, at approximately 9:43 p.m., Campus Public Safety officers went in foot pursuit of Robert Jensen, a nonstudent and registered sex offender who was the suspect in a report to CPSO about a male masturbating in public on the second floor of the School of Education building.

University of Oregon arms its campus police officers

On June 21, in a 7-0 vote, the State Board of Higher Education elected to arm the University of Oregon’s campus police officers. The University of Oregon Police Department’s 11 sworn police officers were able to carry firearms in the line of duty immediately following the ruling.

Suspects arrested in multiple springtime CPSO cases

The Portland State Campus Public Safety Office has made arrests in several criminal cases that occurred during spring quarter. One of the cases was a sexual assault that occurred on June 8 at 3:40 p.m. CPSO and the Portland Police Bureau responded to a report that a female student was followed from the transit mall into Neuberger Hall by an unknown suspect, who entered the elevator with the victim and then sexually assaulted her. The victim was able to strike the suspect, causing him to flee, and the victim was not physically injured.