As a public education institution, registered individuals have the right to attend San Francisco State University (SF State), in person or online, and must register with the San Francisco State University Police Department (UPD) within five (5) days of beginning their classes. Registered individuals also have the right to work at SF State and must register with the UPD within five (5) days of the start of their employment. The requirement for individuals to register with the UPD is in addition to their annual registration requirements. During the registration, the subject's registering offense and threat levels are assessed to determine the need for a campus announcement or for additional restrictions to be placed upon the individual.
The UPD recognizes that members of our campus community may be concerned about the presence of registered sex offenders in our community. Pursuant to California Penal Code Section 290.01(d)(4)(A) any member of our campus community may request to view information about the individuals who are registered with the UPD. The community member requesting to review the documentation must meet the following criteria:
- Not be a registered sex offender as described under California Penal Code Section 290.
- Must be a current member of our campus community and provide proof.
- Have a concern for your safety or the safety of your children.
- Understand that it is unlawful to use the information to commit a crime against a registered sex offender or to engage in illegal discrimination or harassment of such an offender.
For more information about Sex Offender Registration please visit the State of California Office of the Attorney General. For request by community members to review this information, please contact Detective Thalya Fernandez by phone at (415) 405-3875 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any individuals that needs more information about registering, please visit the State of California Office of the Attorney General. For individuals that need to register with UPD, please contact Detective Thalya Fernandez by phone at (415) 405-3875 or by email at email@example.com.