Randy Stegmeier

Ralph Krusey, retired Marysville police commander, has agreed to serve as interim assistant police chief/assistant director for public safety at Western Washington University.

An announcement of a national search for WWU police chief/public safety director is expected soon.

Randy Stegmeier, the police chief at Western Washington University for the past five years, ends his tenure this week to take a job as manager of security at Pike Place Market.

The Western Front ran this story today on Stegmeier's departure.

After five years as Western’s chief of police and director of public safety, Randy Stegmeier will leave for a position with the Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority (PDA).
Previous Assistant Chief Darin Rasmussen, who will now serve as Western’s interim chief of police…

Randy Stegmeier will be leaving his position as chief of Police/director of Public Safety at Western Washington University on Sept. 27 to take the position of manager of security for the Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority.

Stegmeier will be succeeded by current…

Incidents of violence have taken place on college campuses in Washington and across the United States recently.

Knowing how to react on campus (in classrooms, etc.) and being aware of behaviors of concern could mean the difference between safety and serious injury.

More than three-…

Twice in one week, female students of Western Washington University were grabbed by a man while they walked alone near or on campus.

Police have their doubts that the two assaults involve the same suspect, however, because the first man - described as about 6 feet tall - would be about 4…

A couple of parking and transportation committees are active on campus to fulfill and enhance various aspects of the university's mission.

The Parking and Transportation Advisory Committee: This committee advises the vice president for Business and Financial Affairs on parking…

Police arrested an armed man without incident late Monday night after he allegedly made suicide threats near the Western Washington University campus.

No shots were fired, said WWU officials, who sent out an email alert late Monday to students, faculty and staff.

Western Washington University has been experiencing an unprecedented amount of graffiti.

The university's paint shop is offering a $250 reward for information that leads to successful prosecution or disciplinary action for those involved with the graffiti.

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