ASU Police Department News

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…

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…

Adams State commends police work of David Pino

Based on his training and experience, Pino correctly recognized a suspicious object as a homemade explosive. Continue Reading…

Unknown chemical odor results in partial building evacuation at Adams State

Adams State University will contract with a professional decontamination crew to clean an area of Porter Hall that was inundated with a strong chemical odor Monday morning. Continue Reading…

Adams State's Coach Vigil statue damaged

The life-size bronze statue of Coach Joe Vigil sustained minor damage last week when police and other first responders arrived to handle an explosive device near Rex Stadium. Continue Reading…

Adams State Police arrest suspect, safely detonate explosive

Kenan Bussen, age 21of Clovis, New Mex., was charged with three felonies, including possession of explosives and menacing. Continue Reading…