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University Police Department


Emergency Call:        9-1-1        Police- Fire-Medical

Non-Emergency Call:   

  • (510) 885-3333 or ext 53333 from Campus Phones
  • (510) 885-3791 or ext 53791 from Campus Phones

If you have concerns regarding public safety-related issues at CSUEB please contact us: 

  • UPD Office (Library Basement #1063).
  • Call  (510) 885-3333 or (510) 885-3791 for non-emergency services.


CSUEB UPD Policies and Procedures


Records Unit: 

If you need to request police-related records such as police reports, background checks, etc., contact the Records Unit at: 

  • Telephone: (510) 885-2365
  • Fax: (510) 885-4932

Message from the Chief


I am honored to serve as Chief of Police of the Cal State East Bay University Police Department.  I am proud to be part of a dedicated UPD staff that works hard and is dedicated to provide a safe and secure environment for our students, faculty, staff and visitors.   

It is my job to assure everyone that  the UPD staff practices a collaborative approach to policing that is open to creative ideas put forth by the student community, faculty and staff, and one that is gender-neutral, and free of bias.  Part of our mission is to be transparent, accountable and practice community policing as referenced in The President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing

In light of recent events in our country, I want to reiterate that UPD stands against police brutality and injustice in all forms. We seek to promote an inclusive environment that is based on equality for ALL members of our community. I expect UPD staff to be advocates for social justice and we will continue to protect the safety and constitutional rights of our community members. 

Thank you for visiting our website.  I invite you to familiarize yourself with the UPD, our mission and commitment to the entire campus community.  On behalf of the entire UPD staff, we are committed to earning your trust and appreciate your support.  We can be reached at:

-Chief Flores

Chief of Police

University Police Department

The University Police Department is a professionally trained police department established pursuant to Section 89560 of the Education Code to fulfill the Public Safety needs of the campus Community. The department has primary responsibility for public safety on the Hayward and Contra Costa Campuses and one mile beyond its borders.

University Police Officers are sworn Peace Officers as established by Section 830.2 (c) of the California Penal Code and therefore may also enforce Federal, State and local laws throughout the state.

The Department practices community-oriented policing to best serve the community.

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