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Joy Garza, FHDA police department training manager, explains how  information is shared to the public when active shooters are detected, at the Community Town Hall Forum in Foothill Colleges Hearthside Lounge on May 31.

FHDA community shares concerns about college safety

Yumeno Matsuo | June 25, 2023

Foothill-De Anza community college district police department discussed the community's concerns regarding recent active shootings and issues with non-functional emergency services at the Community Town...

Students and faculty members chat and drink coffee with De Anzas campus police.

Coffee With a Cop: A blend of conversation and coffee

Autumn Alvarez | February 22, 2023

Fueled by hot coffee and fresh treats, “Coffee With a Cop” has become a long-running event where students and the community are invited to have conversations with campus police in a casual setting....

View from outside of the De Anza police station. Campus security and other administrative tasks are managed by a handful of officers, unarmed community service officers and part-time student employees.

In the wake of Black Lives Matter, some students call for defunding campus police while administration has other plans

Even though it was over a year ago and 2,000 miles away, George Floyd’s murder continues to reverberate throughout the country. The timing and footage of his death renewed a charged debate about the...

Clockwise, from top left to bottom left: President Anahi Ruvalcaba, 19, political science major, Vice President Sarah Morales, 19, sociology major, chair of finance Sharon Utomo, 18, data science major, and chair of marketing and communications Sunnie Chen, 23, public policy major.

New DASG leadership discusses a paid senate, defunding campus police and developing a stronger community

Rory Conlon, Reporter | November 9, 2021

New De Anza student government President Anahí Ruvalcaba and Vice President Sarah Morales said that they are aiming to build community among the student body and hope to create more opportunities for...

Foothill-De Anza Police offer safety escorts

Foothill-De Anza Police offer safety escorts

Nathalia Moran, Staff Reporter | November 14, 2019

From 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., De Anza College students can call campus police for a safety escort to their car or to a class if they feel unsafe to do so alone. The service runs Monday through Friday. Since...

Foothill-De Anza police officer arrest Guled Haibe, March 3 at the C lot smoking area in De Anza. Haibe is not a De Anza student.

Police arrest at De Anza College

Christian Trujano, Editor-in-Chief | March 7, 2019

An individual was arrested March 4 around 3 p.m. at De Anza College for counts of misappropriation of lost property, providing false information to a peace officer, being under the influence of a narcotic...

Community members raise concerns about police misconduct, accountability

Hwan Lee, Staff Reporter | December 3, 2018

De Anza College community members brought up concerns about police misconduct and accountability at the chief of police open forum on Wednesday, Nov. 28. The three candidates, Danny Acosta, Kenneth Laird...

FHDA police: Communication is critical

FHDA police: “Communication is critical”

Ethan Bennett, Staff Reporter | April 27, 2018

Foothill-De Anza Police Department launched their first social gathering, “Coffee with a Cop,” on campus April 25, where students and faculty interacted with community police officers to better understand...

Female student assaulted, campus police seeking more information

Female student assaulted, campus police seeking more information

Jacob Sisneros, Editor-in-chief | January 29, 2015

Look for the full story in the next issue of La Voz Weekly on Monday Feb. 2.

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