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Kathy "Kat" Albrecht

About the UC Santa Cruz Police Department

The University of California, Santa Cruz, opened in 1965 and grew, one college at a time, to its current (2006-07) enrollment of about 15,000 students. Undergraduates pursue 62 majors supervised by divisional deans of humanities, physical & biological sciences, social sciences, and arts. Graduate students work toward graduate certificates, master's degrees, or doctoral degrees in 33 academic fields under the supervision of the divisional and graduate deans. The dean of the Jack Baskin School of Engineering oversees the campus's undergraduate and graduate engineering programs.

 

Police officers of the UCSC Police Department are duly sworn peace officers under section 830.2(b) of the California Penal Code. The officers of the department are armed and possess the same authority under the law as municipal police officers. UCSC Police Officers patrol the campus 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. They enforce the law, arrest violators, investigate and suppress crime, investigate traffic and bicycle accidents, and provide a full range of services to the community. The UCSC Police Department has police officers responsible for specialized assignments including crime prevention, investigation, bicycle patrol and motorcycle patrol.

 

Sources:

ucsc.edu/about

/campus_overview.asp

 

ucsc.edu/police

/about.html

 

Selected book by a UC Santa Cruz Department police officer.


The Lost Pet Chronicles: Adventures of a K-9 Cop Turned Pet Detective
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