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Bike safety class offered instead of tickets

Bike safety class offered instead of tickets

Yessenia Funes

February 19, 2014


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Students ride their bikes and boards through campus all the time. Within a few weeks, students caught breaking the rules can skip the court date. University Police will offer an alternative: a $60 bike-safety course through Blackboard, said University Police Chief Robyn Hearne. Students will save about $100. Throughout the past few semesters, students have asked officers for information, but fin...

AS, committee addresses year ahead

AS, committee addresses year ahead

Enrique Raymundo

January 27, 2014


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The Government Affairs Committee and the Associated Students Board of Directors held meetings Monday afternoon to discuss plans for the upcoming semester. Hungry WildcatA significant amount of food has been collected for the Hungry Wildcat program.The program is capable of providing food to more students...

University Police adopts bike light program

University Police adopts bike light program

Yessenia Funes

January 26, 2014


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Starting this week, University Police officers may choose to provide free bike lights instead of citations for unlit cycling. With the loss of Chico State nursing student Kristina Chesterman and Butte College student Janee Nickerson, both from bicycle accidents last semester, bike safety has become a maj...

Drunk man arrested at University Village

Drunk man arrested at University Village

Mozes Zarate

December 16, 2013


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A man was arrested in the University Village parking lot Thursday afternoon after allegedly screaming obscenities and spitting on university maintenance staff. At around 2:15 p.m., University Village resident Mariana Martinez said she was walking to her room when she saw the suspect struggling to jump...

Law enforcement, housing staff prepare for winter break

Law enforcement, housing staff prepare for winter break

Aubrey Crosby

December 16, 2013


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University Police and the Chico Police Department are preparing for winter break thefts and break-ins in the upcoming weeks. Chico police will take no extra steps for the increase in burglaries and theft this time of year, but are doing their best to make their presence known in areas where break-ins are an issue...

University police give chief low ranking

Mozes Zarate

September 10, 2013


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Chico State’s police chief was rated poorly by her fellow officers for the second year in a row in a survey conducted on behalf of a statewide university police officers organization. In the survey, one of many published by the Statewide University Police Association, Chief Robyn Hearne was ranked...

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