ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY: Do you feel your child would be safe here?

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37 thoughts on “ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY: Do you feel your child would be safe here?

  1. Embudo says:

    Would I feel safe sending my child or loved one to Arizona State University?HELL NO!

    Why do I say this? Fact: Arizona State University lacks the police officers needed to adequately patrol all four of its campus locations.

    According to a Department of Justice study, Arizona State University is short about 60-plus police officers based on the current student population.

    As an alternative to higher education within Arizona, I would highly suggest attending either the University of Arizona or Northern Arizona University. Their student to police officer ratio is more in alignment with the DOJ recommendation for public universities. That in turn should translate into a safer campus environment for your child or loved one.

  2. Embudo says:

    Would I feel safe sending my child or loved one to Arizona State University? HELL NO!

    Why do I say this? Fact: Arizona State University lacks the police officers needed to adequately patrol all four of its campus locations.

    According to a Department of Justice study, Arizona State University is short about 60-plus police officers based on the current student population.

    As an alternative to higher education within Arizona, I would highly suggest attending either the University of Arizona or Northern Arizona University. Their student to police officer ratio is more in alignment with the DOJ recommendation for public universities. That in turn should translate into a safer campus environment for your child or loved one.

  3. ASUPDsmokeNmirrors says:

    Why is this happening?!? The Arizona State University spends more on the administration of the ASU Police department than the patrol of the department. The organization is a upside down pyramid shell game. Officers are stretched so thin we can only function in a back to the wall reactionary status.

    If that isn’t bad enough we have people getting burnt out by the micromanagement of the most immoral pieces of shit in leadership any man in uniform has ever seen. We now have 2 supervisors on Administrative leave, Lieutenant Latella and Sergeant Deveney.

    Why? Because an officer smarter than both of them combined and infinitely more humble caught them in too many lies. Too many ASU Police supervisors habitually lie. Will Thompson’s command continue to cover for them? Liars have no place in the honorable station of being a police officer.

    Chief Thompson is such a corrupt piece of shit he targeted the officer as well for months and now put him on administrative leave. Way to go…..Chief, just like Pickens.

    • WheresMy907 says:

      The ASU POLICE command clique has been targeting employees like Mansfield for quite some time now. They do the same routine over and over again.

      1. Create a team of compromised supervisors around the employee to create a false narrative about their performance.
      2. Sudden trumped up write ups, one after another to try and justify termination.
      3. Ignore law, policy, procedure, and replace it with prejudice, malice, and intent to injure another person’s career and family.

      Almost as big of a problem as the failed leadership are the people who stand around witnessing the behavior, treatment, and do nothing about it.

    • DL500unit says:

      They will punish the officer whistle blower on their inability to be ethical and will fudge the paperwork to exonerate the 2 supervisors unless they’re forced to do the right thing.

    • DontLOLmeJP says:

      Chief Thompson is dirty, just like Chief Pickens’s was. Pickens carefully selected corruptible individuals around him who were willing to act immorally.

      He selected individuals who believe what they do is acceptable, because they were following orders. Thompson fits in all too well.

    • theintegrityreport says:

      Chief Thompson had his moment. He had a chance to really turn the department around. What did he do? He copied the homework of former Chief Pickens by getting into bed with the problem and failed the employees of ASUPD and the ASU community.

    • theintegrityreport says:

      We are interested in learning more about this unprecedented move of putting two ASU Police supervisors on Administrative leave. Respond in secret with an unused name, but same email address and it will not auto publish.

  4. Barney Fife says:

    What about the ecstasy ring at Vista Del Sol? Or the drive by shooting at West Campus? Or the police impersonator at Barrett? Or the pervert swim coach molesting swimmers at Mona Plummer? Or the off campus bike theft ring that ASU PD refused to investigate? Everyday I come to work makes me want to punch myself in the face repeatedly for working here. Maybe Pickens had it right…..working at McDonald’s is probably a better career choice then ASU PD.

    • DontLOLmeJP says:

      There are so many losses with the ASU Police management clown show that it’s hard to keep track.

    • JustTheFacts says:

      There are so many things, so many times. How many times did detectives sit on crimes, suspects, but not submit charges? 1000’s of victims and no justice.

    • theintegrityreport says:

      Good points! We missed some of those.

  5. QuickCallTempe says:

    It’s so short staffed there that the patrol officers aren’t even safe.

    ‘Nuff said.

    • DontLOLmeJP says:

      After the shift bid, we lost an entire shift of officers who quit. Bye! Sick of it, not going to do it!

      Did the ASU POLICE command blame the officers or themselves? They blamed the officers.

    • JustTheFacts says:

      Nothing new!!! Staffing shortage? Just hire more people.

  6. Concerned Citizen says:

    Having enough police officers on the campuses for safety should be a priority for Chief Thompson and his command staff. And not having that police presence reflects poorly on him as head of the university’s police department.

    • DL500unit says:

      Chief Thompson’s primary concern is holding on to his position that makes him think he’s invulnerable, answers to no one, and can do whatever he wants.

    • DontLOLmeJP says:

      Chief Mike Thompson has absolutely no clue what he’s doing. He turned his job responsibilities over to Pickens’s morally defunct command.

    • JustTheFacts says:

      I hear from someone up there that Thompson is in over his head, sometimes checked out, wants to delegate everything under the pretense it absolves him of liability.

    • Guerriero says:

      Staffing is a nightmare at ASUPD.

  7. DL500unit says:

    How many things need to happen for people to realize that much of the crime is encouraged by a lack of police staffing, no presence, no fear of capture, no fear of prosecution? It’s bullshit, because like another poster said, it is unsafe.

    The university had an illegal ectasy pill factory ON CAMPUS a block away from the ASU Police department. It was established with a network of dealers.

    Organized crime is operating alive and well on the Arizona State University campus, but the ASU Police department still doesn’t have a drug dog, just an overweight buffoon running around with a scent dog for “bombs”…..

    It would be laughable, but there’s nothing funny about people having their lives destroyed due to piss poor management of their public safety.

    • JustTheFacts says:

      There’s going to be no change until a strong enough incentive comes along.

    • Guerriero says:

      No change unless all new management comes in.

    • theintegrityreport says:

      The most hazardous thing Corporal Dunwoody and his dog will ever encounter on the Arizona State University campus in Tempe is a stray chicken bone left on the ground in the police station compound.

    • QuickCallTempe says:

      …I was going to say something about Dumbwoody and peanut butter, but it was in poor taste…

  8. JustTheFacts says:

    Another school year, another crime fest, more and more victims, survivors, and traumatized families who thought their kids were safe.

  9. Guerriero says:

    LMFAO. ASUPD down 11 officers in a few months time. Someone just checked the schedule and told me that we have even more of a scheduling catastrophe than usual.

    1. 3 Officers Smiles, Martinez, and Woodruff quit
    2.2 officers self demoted to police aide, Johnson, Webb
    3. 1 Sgt terminated for ASUPD double standards, wasn’t in the clique, Romney
    4. 2 Officers out on injuries, Mancini, Kinsey
    5. 1 Lieutenant on administrative leave, Latella
    6. 1 Sergeant on administrative leave, Deveney
    7. 1 Officer on administrative leave for reporting the lack of integrity of the previous 2. Mansfield

    ELEVEN OFFICERS!!! THAT’S 2 FULL ASUPD SHIFTS GONE. Damn.

    • theintegrityreport says:

      We are quite certain ASU Police Chief Michael Thompson and his command have excuses for everything. Clearly, results are lacking and school hasn’t started yet.

    • JustTheFacts says:

      You left out former ASUPD Officer Dan Gaughan who quit and went to Tempe PD. He was a part of the group that made ASUPD such a lousy place to work everyone not a part of the group was looking to get out of the pd.

  10. ThySummons says:

    ASUPD command is directly responsible for the lack of police officers on all campuses; hence, the unsafe campuses university-wide.

    Patrol numbers will NEVER notch up until the current command and some mid-level supervisors are permanently removed from the police department.

    These divisive individuals operate as career criminals and continue to drive out good, solid police officers that do NOT subscribe to their unethical and criminal ways.

    Many hope the pending lawsuit gains traction so the criminal deeds of ASUPD command and the clique can be revealed for all to see.

  11. OneFlewOverTheCuckoo'sPD says:

    It is time that Arizona State University start telling the whole truth — not just the parts that help parents feel better about sending their children and their hard-earned money to the university.

  12. Thor says:

    Why are using news articles relating to crimes that did not occur on campus and are the responsibility of the Tempe Police Department?

    • DL500unit says:

      Only lieutenants and above have that attitude. Everyone else thinks logical.

      You’re one of those people who think if an ASU student is killed on a Tempe sidewalk adjacent to two ASU University buildings then it has nothing to do with ASU or a patrol responsibility with ASUPD.

    • QuickCallTempe says:

      You mean the crimes that involve students or student organizations on or very close to campus? You must be a command staffer if you don’t understand that. Remember that there are Phoenix, Mesa and Glendale campuses too; not just Tempe. Wait… you forgot about the other campuses, definitely one of them.

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