CSUN now sells S.T.O.P. plates in Matador Bookstore to prevent theft

8 Sep 2013
By Michael Arvizu 
CSUN Police Department (PD) is selling Security Tracking of Office Property (S.T.O.P.), a theft deterrent plate for electronic devices, for the first time ever in the Matador Bookstore. 
Since S.T.O.P.’s inception in 2006, the plates were only available for purchase at PD headquarters and at the campus police substation on Zelzah Avenue adjacent to campus. 
“We want to be sure to have something in place that can help students, faculty and staff with protecting electronic equipment,” said CSUN Police Chief Anne Glavin. “Most students pay good money for this equipment. It’s not something that you want to go out and buy again.”