Informational Presentations and Publications

Fresno State Police personnel are pleased to present information on crime prevention and safety, and are active participants at orientation programs for new students and employees, and several campus events. Fresno State Police Department personnel interact with the campus community by answering questions at informational tables and providing crime prevention and safety brochures. Brochure topics include, but not are not limited to, campus safety, self-protection for women, sexual harassment on campus, personal safety, campus theft, and emergency preparedness. All brochures are available from the Police Department at no cost.

Fresno State police personnel are also active within the local community providing Community Oriented Police/Problem Solving techniques and participating in events such as National Night Out.

The following presentations are available upon request:

  • Seconds 2 Survive – A two hour training designed for K-12 educators to prepare for an incident involving an active shooter.
  • Dog Days - New or transfer student orientation covers campus safety, campus maps, the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, parking information, and other services offered by Fresno State Police Department. Dog Days presentations are presented during the summer and winter for incoming freshman and transfer students.
  • Alcohol Awareness - Provides information regarding alcohol absorption, costs of a DUI, and includes theuse of Fatal Vision Goggles to simulate being under the influence of alcohol.

Campus Safety Presentations

  • Housing - Safety presentation covers campus maps, safety escorts, e-phones, crime prevention tips, Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) class information, crime statistics, cameras, public safety assistants in student housing, and reporting crimes.
  • Greeks - The Greek Liaison Officer covers campus maps, safety escorts, e-phones, crime prevention tips, Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) class information, crime statistics, alcohol awareness, and reporting crimes.
  • Athletics - Safety presentation covers campus maps, safety escorts, e-phones, crime prevention tips, Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) class information, crime statistics, and reporting crimes. Also discussed is how to represent Fresno State, the Zero Tolerance Policy, and the common calls for service involving athletes.