CPSO changes to unarmed patrols

Beginning this fall, Portland State campus public safety officers will no longer carry firearms while patrolling campus.    PSU President Stephen Percy and Chief of Campus Public Safety Willie Halliburton…

Crime blotter Jan. 27–Feb. 1

Jan. 27 Theft Five different reports of theft were filed between the times of 11:50 a.m.–10:30 p.m. Four reports came from Karl Miller Center and one from the corner of…

Two women kidnapped near PSU campus

Two women were kidnapped near Portland State’s campus but were rescued by Washington County deputies after the alleged kidnapper crashed his car, according to an article by KOIN 6 News….

Crime Blotter Nov. 25–30

Nov. 25 Theft Between 10:10 a.m. and 1:50 p.m. there were two reports of theft on campus. A Portland State employee reported theft of property at Parking Structure 3. The…

Crime Blotter Nov. 18–24

Nov. 18 Aggravated Assault A Portland State employee reported that a PSU student was threatened with a firearm by a non-student, which occurred between Nov. 16 at 10:30 p.m. and…

Crime Blotter Nov. 12–17

Nov. 12 Theft A Portland State employee discovered a person stealing property in the Karl Miller Center at around 1 p.m.  Disorderly conduct A PSU student reported inappropriate touching by…

Crime Blotter Nov. 4-10

Nov. 4 Vandalism  A Portland State student reported that her vehicle was damaged at SW Hall and 6th between 12:01 a.m. and 10:10 a.m.    Nov.  5 Public Intoxication  CPSO…