By Phil Ruddle |News Editor| A female student who was crossing the street on campus near Serrono Village and Northpark Blvd. was struck by a car at about 10:07 a.m. Wednesday, Feb.19, 2014. She was transported to the hospital, but authorities are told that she is in stable condition and should be admitted upon release soon. When asked if any details could be revealed about the driver or how the incident occurred, CSUSB officer Lt. Walter Duncan replied that there is still an on going investigation in progress and the police report is incomplete so no more detailed information can be released publicly at this time. … [Read more...] about Student struck by vehicle
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By Gloria Gutierrez |Staff Writer| Sexual assault and violence on college campuses is now an issue that has caught the White House’s attention. President Barack Obama has launched a task force in efforts to focus on these issues. The task force is made up of White House administrative officials including, Attorney General Eric Holder, Education Secretary Arne Duncan and Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. Its purpose is to create proposals within a 90 day period that raise awareness as well as help prevent sexual assault and violence across the colleges of the United States. Last Wednesday, the White House Council on Women and Girls released the report, “Rape and … [Read more...] about Sexual assault task force issued on CA colleges
By Phil Ruddle |Staff Writer| Last week the Chronicle published a feature on the campus website that most people didn't even know existed. If you missed it, you can find part one at coyotechronicle.net In last week’s issue, we learned about the crime map which let students visit their campus website and view what crimes occurred on campus and where. In addition, the crime map gives you access to reported crimes on campus from the most recent month all the way back to 2008. The Chronicle found an noteworthy pattern of crimes last week in part one where multiple crimes were reported in month’s succession in the same exact area at University Village. After speaking to campus … [Read more...] about Part 2 of a Special 2 part series: Campus Police speak out about danger zones
Ana Martinez |Staff Writer| Discord continues between federal judges and Governor Jerry Brown as both parties disagree on the issue of whether to reduce the states over population in California prisons. Earlier last week, a group of three federal judges, Thelton Henderson, Lawrence Karlton and Stephen Reinhardt, rejected Gov. Brown’s debate; he argued that the state prisons are no longer overcrowded. The judges ordered that the state continue to reduce its prison population by releasing inmates held on minor charges. Deborah Hoffman, a spokeswoman for the California Department of Correction and Rehabilitation, criticizes the amount of money that has been spent in relation to … [Read more...] about Gov. Brown fights to keep inmates in prison
By Christopher Johnson |Staff Writer| CSUSB’s Police Chief Jimmie Brown was selected by Campus Safety Magazine as the recipient of the 2010 Campus Safety Director of the Year Award. “I’m still in shock. This is a great thing for (the) CSU system, CSUSB, and (the) police department, but it’s not about me,” said Brown. “It’s about the great men and women in our department.” The nomination for this award came after CSUSB saw a 15 percent decrease in property crimes on campus over the past year, according to the CSUSB news website. Brown has been an active police chief partnering with the San Bernardino Unified School District, San Bernardino County Public Defender’s investigation … [Read more...] about Police Chief wins Campus Safety Award