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A Letter from the CCUPCA President
We welcome you all to read a special letter from the President of CCUPCA about new changes to CCUPCA and gratitude for your continued membership and support.
AdvocacyCalifornia College and University Police Chiefs’ Association oppose AB 1433.
AB 1433 was originally drafted to require that reports by victims of a violent crime, sexual assault or hate crime received by a campus security authority and made by the victim for purposes of notifying the institution or law enforcement to be disclosed to the appropriate local law enforcement agency without identifying the victim, unless the victim consents to being identified. Amendments to the bill now states, “If the victim does not consent to being identified, the alleged assailant shall not be identified in the information disclosed to the local law enforcement agency”. This would prevent local law enforcement from knowing the identity of a known assailant, and exposing other students to being victimized by the same person. Implementation of this law could have a negative and dangerous impact to the safety of California College and University Campuses.
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