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Steven Valenti, police officer for CCU’s Department of Public Safety, takes it to the next level.

CCU Public Safety Officer helping the community one bike at a time

Law enforcement officers are tasked with keeping students, faculty and staff safe at all times on campus. Steven Valenti, police officer for CCU’s Department of Public Safety, takes it to the next level.

“Officer Valenti can often be found patrolling campus on his bike, helping locate stolen bikes, sharing his knowledge with those around him through educational efforts, and even donating abandoned bikes on campus to local homeless shelters,” said Elizabeth Javener, outdoor recreation coordinator for University Recreation.

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