Statewide University Police Association


Proudly Representing the Police Officers, Corporals and Sergeants of the California State University Police System.

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CSU Police Departments

Take a look at the twenty-three California State University Police Departments that serve and protect.

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Cal State University PD Running Team

Our running team participates annually in the Challenge Cup Relay race, better known as "Baker to Vegas."

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Charities We Support

Every year the Statewide University Police Donations donates time and money to numerous charities, groups and organizations locally and globally.

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News Flash

Campus police chief Robyn Hearne retires

Campus police chief Robyn Hearne retires

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  Hearne cited wanting to spend more time with family and to pursue other opportunities as reasons for her retirement.


RobynHearne.jpgPolice Chief Robyn Hearne examines the outside of the Performing Arts Center for broken light fixtures during the 10th annual Moonlight Safety Walk. Photo credit: Ashiah Scharaga



University Police Chief Robyn Hearne has decided to retire, according to an internal memo sent out Monday.

Hearne cited wanting to pursue other opportunities and spend more time with family as reasons for her retirement.

“Having spent 11 years on campus, and here at UPD serving with so many great people, it is bittersweet to finish what has been a wonderful

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What is SUPA?


SUPA is a non profit organization that is proud to represent the Police Officers, Corporals and Sergeants of the California State University Police System.

The CSU Police System


The CSU Police Departments provide police and public safety services to twenty-three California State University campuses. The campuses of the CSU serve approximately 409,000 students, 44,000 staff and faculty, and an uncounted number of visitors and guests each day. The CSU is the largest university system in the United States.
There are approximately three hundred SUPA members who are spread amongst twenty-two CSU campuses. SUPA members provide the necessary law enforcement services in the effort to keep the CSU campuses as safe as possible in today’s world.
SUPA members provide this service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. SUPA members are certified peace officers under the authority of the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST).

 

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