After a year of remote learning, it is important for students to be mindful of their own safety, as well as the safety of others upon returning to campus. PCC’s 2021 Annual Campus Safety Report was released last week and details what types of crimes were reported on-campus, as well as what to do in case of a natural or man-made emergency. According to the document, crime rates at PCC have been low in 2020 compared to previous years. However, it is important to note …
PCC staff member Dr. Carol Brown lost her life in an alleged double homicide that took place at her home in Altadena yesterday afternoon while in a Zoom conference call with a co-worker.
From the Campus Police blotter for the period ended Dec. 1, 2019:
From the PCC Campus Police blotter for the period ending Nov. 24, 2019:
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From the Campus Police blotter through Oct. 27:
From the PCC Campus Police blotter through Oct. 6, 2019:
PCC Campus Police are keeping serious crime under control in the 2019 annual campus safety report, released via email on Sept. 27, although the department remains busy with community policing for incidents not required by the report.