Episode 19 Exploring Police Diversity On California’s College Campuses Friday, March 26, 2021 Listen / Update RequiredTo play audio, update browser or Flash plugin. Campus police officers Tejinder Arurkar, left, and Lt. Omar Miakhail walk around the Cal State East Bay campus in Hayward on Feb. 17, 2021. CSUEB has one of the most diverse campus police departments in the state.Photo by Anne Wernikoff, CalMatters California’s public universities are some of the most racially diverse in the nation. But that’s often not reflected in campus police departments. That disparity can affect how police and students interact. Nicole talks with Omar Rashad and Katherine Swartz, fellows with the CalMatters College Journalism Network, about their reporting and what it means to have campus police who look like the students they serve. Also, thousands of K-12 students across California are finally returning to classrooms. Elizabeth gets an update on all things education from Ricardo Cano. And, Lauren Hepler breaks down the on-going drama with California’s Employment Development Department.