California State University - Los Angeles ( CSULA) Police Department

5151 State University Drive
Los Angeles, CA  90032

Los Angeles County
Rick Wall, Chief of Police

(323) 343-3700
Non-Emergency Calls

About:  The CSULA police department protects not only the students, but also the staff, faculty and visitors while on campus.  They answer approximately 42,000 calls a year.  They consist of uniformed patrol, investigators and dispatchers.  Officers focus on programs such as Rape Aggression Defense (RAD), Citizen Emergency Response Team (CERT) and members of the Eagle Patrol for escort services. They also oversee the parking enforcement on campus.  The department works together to ensure that the campus is a safe place to study, teach, work, reside and visit. 

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