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Authorities investigate sexual battery

A student was the victim of an alleged sexual battery on the Pierce College campus on April 30, according to a crime report released by the campus Sheriff’s Department on May 26.

The crime was reported May 24, and the incident is currently under investigation by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Special Victims Bureau.

Further information will be provided as soon as it becomes available. The Special Victims Bureau can be contacted at (562) 946-8531 for any questions or information.

Safety Tips

The Pierce College Sheriff’s Department suggests to always be aware of your surroundings and do not hesitate to call law enforcement if you feel threatened by anyone. 

In case of emergencies, the campus is equipped with “Blue Emergency Phones” that connect directly to the campus Sheriff’s station or call them directly at (818) 719-6450 or 311 on a campus phone.

Genna Gold
Staff Reporter - Fall 2013 News Editor - Fall 2013 Managing Editor - Spring 2013 Editor-in-Chief of The Bull Magazine - Fall 2014

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