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From the Sacramento State Police Department
In compliance with the provisions of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998, the Sacramento State Police Department is providing this information for the purpose of promoting campus safety and to aid in the investigation and prevention of similar crimes.


On Monday, April 22, 2024, the Sacramento State Police Department received a report that an assault had occurred at approximately 5:05 p.m. outside the main entrance of Klamath Hall.  Six unknown suspects assaulted a male victim. The victim is a student. After the assault, all six suspects fled the area.  

On Tuesday, April 23, 2024, Sacramento State police received updated information that, during the assault, one of the suspects took the victim’s cell phone after it fell out of the victim’s possession. 

Refer to the attached photos of the suspects. 

Sacramento State police are actively investigating this incident, if you have any information regarding this case, please call the department at (916) 278-6000.

Safety Information

Sacramento State is committed to maintaining a safe campus for all members of the University community. No one deserves to be victimized in any way; crimes are 100 percent the responsibility of the perpetrator. With this in mind, Sacramento State suggests the following tips for keeping our community safe and reducing personal risk.
       Be an active bystander. If you see something that doesn’t seem right, intervene if you can do so safely, and report the incident to campus authorities.  
      Program the Sacramento State Police Department’s dispatch number, (916) 278-6000, into your phone.
      Learn the location of the nearest emergency “blue” phones on your walking routes through the campus.
      Utilize the Hornet Night Shuttle, (916) 278-7260, or contact the Sacramento State Police Department for an escort when on campus at night.
      Always be aware of your surroundings, and always know where you are.
      Watch for suspicious people or vehicles, and go to a place of safety if approached by a suspicious person or vehicle.
       Never be afraid to make noise if you are attacked; yell, scream, and try to attract attention. The last thing an attacker wants is to have someone take notice.

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