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‘No Evidence of Credible Threat,’ Police Chief Says, Following Report of Possible Shooter Threat

Chief of Police Jose Flores speaks at the Safety Event accompanied by
Carole Goldsmith, Fresno City College president, Sean Henderson, dean of students at room 251 in the Old Administration Building at FCC on Tuesday, March 20, 2018.

Story By: Hannah Lanier, News Editor

August 21, 2019

Fresno City College Chief of Police Jose Flores assured staff and students of their safety via email after a rumor of a campus shooting surfaced on Tuesday, August 20. Within the first two weeks back to school, students received a communique from FCC President Carole Goldsmith around 3 p.m. on Tues...

False Alarm Hits Math, Science Building

Campus police pass by students after evacuating the math and science building on campus following a possible gas leak on Feb. 12, 2019.

Story By: Ben Hensley and Peter Lopez, Sports Editor and Entertainment Editor

February 13, 2019

An emergency call was placed in the early hours of the morning on Tuesday, Feb. 12, which led Fresno City College students to evacuate the math and science building. “Apparently there was some smell of exhaust,” Kathy Bonilla, Public Information Officer, said. The cause of the evacuation was ...

FCC Hosts Safety Panel for Gun Violence Prevention

From left, psychology instructor Mary Ann Valentino, district police Chief Jose Flores, student Armani Martinez and SCCCD trustee Miguel Arias speak at the

Story By: Noah Villaverde, Entertainment Editor

April 18, 2018

Dozens of Fresno City College students packed the forum hall for a panel discussion on school shootings and campus safety on the evening of April 11. The panel, dubbed “Keeping Our Schools Safe” was moderated by EMLS/linguistics instructor Jean Carroll and was composed of four panelists, includi...

President, Police Chief Speak at Safety Event

Chief of Police Jose Flores speaks at the Safety Event accompanied by
Carole Goldsmith, Fresno City College president, Sean Henderson, dean of students at room 251 in the Old Administration Building at FCC on Tuesday, March 20, 2018.

Story By: Tasha Turner, Reporter

March 21, 2018

“Don’t be a bystander; be proactive!” a Fresno City College student shouted from the crowd in Room 251 of the old administration building during a school safety awareness event on March 20. Carole Goldsmith, FCC president, Sean Henderson, dean of students and Jose Flores, police chief of the ...

Here’s How to Train Your ‘Sixth Sense’ for Dangers, Police Chief Says

Here's How to Train Your 'Sixth Sense' for Dangers, Police Chief Says

Story By: Jimmy Heng, Reporter

November 29, 2017

Don’t let yourself be a sheep, José Flores, chief of police for the State Center Community College District, told faculty, students and staff about situational awareness during a safety training in OAB 114 on Nov. 28. Flores said that people become victims when they are not aware of their surro...

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