ASU Police Department News

ASUPD invites community to join the Polar Plunge for Special Olympics

The Polar Plunge will take place Saturday, February 6, at 11 a.m. at Lake Pueblo. Continue Reading…

Adams State bans hoverboards on campus

Effective immediately, Hoverboards, Skagway's, IO Hawks, Skywalkers, and similar devices, also called smart boards or balance boards, are not allowed in any building on the Adams State campus, includi Continue Reading…

Adams State to remove unhealthy campus trees

Sx at-risk trees located between McDaniel Hall and the Music Building will be taken down over the holiday break, between Dec. 25 and Jan. 3. Continue Reading…

ASU swears in new police officers

Joining the ASU PD force are Sam Olsen and Patrick Brownfield. Continue Reading…

ASU PD and local law enforcement participated in sex offender compliance check with U.S. Marshall Service

"A total of seven were found in non-compliance with Colorado law (CRS 16-22-109 (3.5), mostly for failing to register new addresses, or using false addresses." Continue Reading…

Adams State police arrest suspects on drug related charges

Adams State University police arrested two men on drug related charges on Friday, November 20. Continue Reading…

Adams State promotes climate of safety

"Our campus community and the Valley need to know that safety is a top priority for all of us," said Adams State University President Beverlee J. McClure. Continue Reading…

Adams State leaders extend sympathy to Umpqua Community College

"We at Adams State, along with the rest of our nation, are grieving with the people of the Umpqua campus and the community of Roseburg, Oregon. We extend to them our thoughts and sympathy." Continue Reading…

Adams State ranks in top 3 for cyber security

Adams State had the third highest cyber security posture among 485 colleges and universities reviewed in the 2015 Higher Education Security Report, conducted by SecurityScorecard. Continue Reading…

Adams State Police add bicycle patrol

"Cops on bikes are much more approachable than in cars," said Adams State Chief of Police Paul Grohowski. Continue Reading…

ASU Police seek hit and run vehicle

Paul Grohowski, ASU Chief of Police, said the vehicle is believed to be a sunburst orange colored Chevy Cobalt or Pontiac G5. Continue Reading…

First responders to stage mock incident drill at ASU Aug. 12

The Adams State University campus will be the site of a mock incident drill Wednesday morning, August 12, from approximately 7 to 9 a.m. Continue Reading…

Alamosa Tip A Cop event supported Special Olympics

"That puts us in 5th place among the 35 Chilis that held fundraisers on the same date," he said. The overall event took in $86,925.64 for Special Olympics Colorado. Continue Reading…

Adams State PD demonstrates the spirit of community policing

“This was amazing – a real blessing,” said Amber McDaniel. Continue Reading…

Cops trade-in handcuffs for Chili’s Grill and Bar for the day

“This is a great event for all of our law enforcement agencies and supports a great charity, continuing our legacy of giving back to the community we serve.” Continue Reading…

Derouin sworn-in with ASU Police

“I am very excited to be a part of the team and help further the department,” Deroiun said. Continue Reading…

ASU honors many dedicated faculty and staff

The annual Adams State University Employee Recognition Ceremony included honoring the 2015 Presidential Teacher Award recipients: Karen Adamson, Dr. Anicia Alvarez, Dr. Nick Saenz, and David Wreford. Continue Reading…

Adams State plans normal schedule Feb. 24

If the situation changes and weather conditions warrant closure or delayed start on Feb. 24, that decision will be made by 7 a.m. Tuesday. Continue Reading…

Adams State cancels classes Feb. 23

The university will be open for business 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. However, the Nielsen Library is closed. The VITA free income tax service program is also cancelled. Continue Reading…

Paul Grohowski sworn in as new Adams State Chief of Police

"I subscribe to the philosophy of Community Oriented Policing and enjoy working in a customer-satisfaction driven environment." Continue Reading…

No injuries reported following gunshots heard on ASU campus

No injuries or damage were discovered in relation to an incident of gunshots heard at approximately 10 p.m., Thursday, January 15, near the Adams State University campus. Continue Reading…

Accident drill conveys painful reality

Adams State University freshman Ryan Milner, a sociology major with an emphasis in criminal justice, organized the drill as a serving learning project for a sociology course. Continue Reading…