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FEATURE: Sacramento Police Chief and activist agree on step to reduce gun violence – education

FEATURE: Sacramento Police Chief and activist agree on step to reduce gun violence - education
Sara Nevis and Ian Ratliff December 19, 2020

Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn and Jamilia Land to some may be unlikely friends, but that has not stopped Land from receiving criticism from the public for being friends with a police officer due...

CRIME MAP: One theft on campus occured in the first 2 weeks of December

Every week The State Hornet compiles crimes recorded in the campus crime log into a map detailing their location and current status.
Michael Pacheco December 16, 2020
One theft occurred at Sac State over the last two weeks.

Sac State Police Department continues operations during campus closure with $6.6 million budget

The Sacramento State Police Department continues to operate on campus despite the campus closure due to COVID-19. The police department’s current budget is estimated to be $6.6 million, according to Rose McAuliffe, associate vice president of budget planning and administration.
Michael Pacheco December 10, 2020
Sacramento State Police Department continues operating during the campus closure with a $6.6 million budget, despite university budget cuts and lower reported crimes this semester.

CRIME MAP: Police arrest driver with stolen gun on campus

Every week The State Hornet compiles crimes recorded in the campus crime log into a map detailing their location and current status.
Piper Haitsuka December 3, 2020
Sac State’s police arrest driver with stolen gun on campus. Three other non-violent crimes took place on campus over the last two weeks.

Candlelight vigil held for two teens killed at Arden Fair Mall

Jamilia Land, left, founder of A.S.A.P. (Anti-Violence, Safety and Accountability) and family spokesperson, consoles Jayda James, center, and Dwayne James, parents of Sa’Quan Reed-James, 17, and Dewayne James Jr., 19, during the candlelight vigil at Arden Fair Mall in Sacramento, California, Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2020. The James brothers were shot and killed at the exit by Forever 21 on Black Friday.
Isabelle Juarez December 2, 2020
Two brothers were killed in a shooting on Black Friday at the Arden Fair Mall. Friends and family held a vigil at the mall to honor the teens.

CRIME MAP: 4 non-violent crimes on campus during first 2 weeks of November

Every week The State Hornet compiles crimes recorded in the campus crime log into a map detailing their location and current status.
Michael Pacheco November 18, 2020
Four non-violent crimes occurred at Sac State over the last two weeks. Crime on campus stays low during quarantine.

Sac State student victim of email extortion by unidentified foreign group

A Sacramento State student was the victim of extortion via email by an unidentified foreign group, according to the Sacramento State Police Department. The crime was reported to Sac State PD Oct. 22.
Camryn Dadey November 16, 2020
A Sacramento State student was the victim of extortion via email by an unidentified foreign group which was reported to the Sac State Police Department Oct. 22. The scammers used the student’s explicit photographs to extort money from them online.

911 calls and body camera footage released in case where a man was shot and killed by Sacramento police

Samaha Samy November 13, 2020
A 52-year-old man shot and killed by Sacramento police was revealed to have made a 911 call during a mental health crisis by his family’s spokesperson at a News conference at the California State Capitol building Thursday.

CRIME MAP: 4 crimes on campus over last 2 weeks

Every week The State Hornet compiles crimes recorded in the campus crime log into a map detailing their location and current status.
Colby Case November 4, 2020
Only four crimes, compared to 14 in fall 2019, took place at Sac State during the eighth and ninth weeks of this semester.

Former resident makes bomb threat against The Crossings

A car pulls into The Crossings apartment complex on Ramona Avenue in Sacramento, California, Monday, Oct. 26, 2020. Sacramento PD were notified of a bomb threat against The Crossings at 1:40 p.m., and nothing was found, according to Officer Karl Chan.
Mercy Sosa, news editor October 26, 2020
A former resident of The Crossings made a bomb threat against the student apartment complex through social media Monday afternoon, apartment management said.
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