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Vista Point: I.V. Events to Check Out This Week

The weekly goings-on in I.V.
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The Citizen Online Reporting System will allow residents to file crime reports at any time of the day as long as they have internet. The purpose of this new online tool is to reduce the amount of low priority calls. Stephen Manga/Daily Nexus

Sheriff Implements New Online Reporting System

The new system will allow online reporting for criminal activity, offering a more efficient law enforcement model.
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The Citizen Online Reporting System will allow residents to file crime reports at any time of the day as long as they have internet. The purpose of this new online tool is to reduce the amount of low priority calls. Stephen Manga/Daily Nexus
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The Weekly Goings-On in Isla Vista: Thanksgiving Edition

The weekly Vista Point column brings you information on Thanksgiving feasts traditional and vegan alike, and more.
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For those unable or unwilling to go to the store, delivery services founded by local UCSB students will bring groceries, snacks and various party supplies straight to your door. Lissette Vaca / Daily Nexus

I.V. a Lucrative Market for Deliveries

As a small town with a quirky, youthful populace, Isla Vista has needs that differ from its surrounding areas. Students who understand its distinct culture are able to fulfill I.V.’s demands through...
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For those unable or unwilling to go to the store, delivery services founded by local UCSB students will bring groceries, snacks and various party supplies straight to your door. Lissette Vaca / Daily Nexus
Hoping to finalize the project sometime during Winter Quarter, the I.V. Surfrider Foundation, along with the 
nonprofit ReRip, will place bins on DP to collect and repurpose broken surfboards, wetsuits and other gear. Oliver Zuniga / Daily Nexus
Hoping to finalize the project sometime during Winter Quarter, the I.V. Surfrider Foundation, along with the 
nonprofit ReRip, will place bins on DP to collect and repurpose broken surfboards, wetsuits and other gear. Oliver Zuniga / Daily Nexus

Bins Seek To Salvage Surf Gear

The Isla Vista Surfrider Foundation will launch a coordinated project with nonprofit organization ReRip next quarter to collect and repurpose broken or unwanted surf equipment.
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The Goings-On in I.V. This Week

From movie screenings to the weekly vegan potluck, I.V. is popping this week
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No on F Leaves CSD Fundless

Measures E and F experienced differing fates Tuesday night. Ballots from Isla Vista began to be counted at 11 p.m., showing an almost-secured win for Measure E but imminent loss for Measure F.
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Vista Point: Weekly Goings-On in I.V.

Upcoming events include the local State of the Union, an IVRPD board meeting and a Poets’ Club open mic.
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Flashback: Election 2012

It was only four years ago when both Isla Vista and UCSB were consumed with this year’s political fervor once again.
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Serving Isla Vista since 1971, Isla Vista Youth Projects is looking to grow its presence in I.V. by purchasing 
the Children’s Center near Camino Real Marketplace. They must raise $300,000 by the Dec. 31 deadline. Courtesy of IVYP

I.V. Youth Projects Seek $300K to Fund Facility

The Isla Vista Youth Projects hopes to cement its role in I.V. this year by raising funds to purchase the Children’s Center building next to the Camino Real Marketplace.
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Serving Isla Vista since 1971, Isla Vista Youth Projects is looking to grow its presence in I.V. by purchasing 
the Children’s Center near Camino Real Marketplace. They must raise $300,000 by the Dec. 31 deadline. Courtesy of IVYP
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UCSB Administration, County Police Attribute Low Crime Rates to Student Volunteers

Final numbers from the Santa Barbara County Sheriffs Department showed Halloween weekend arrests, citations and medical transports in Isla Vista down more than 80 percent from 2013.
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Vista Point: The Goings On in Isla Vista This Week

From Isla Vista town hall to a discussion the morning after the General Election, Vista Point has the rundown on this week's events.
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A trio of UCPD officers stroll on a deserted El Embarcadero Road in Isla Vista on Saturday, October 29, 2016. (Photo Courtesy Kenneth Song)
A trio of UCPD officers stroll on a deserted El Embarcadero Road in Isla Vista on Saturday, October 29, 2016. (Photo Courtesy Kenneth Song)

Calm Halloweekend Third Year in a Row

Halloween weekend passed without incident for the third year in a row, with total arrests down nearly 50 percent from 2015.
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Feminasty Guardians Protest Against Rape Culture in Isla Vista

A group of activists, known as the Feminasty Guardians, marched through Isla Vista Friday to reach the scene of an altercation that inspired their protest against rape culture at UC Santa Barbara.
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Halloween weekend in Isla Vista has traditionally seen an influx in out-of-town visitors, but UCSB administration and local law 
enforcement have launched several alternative programs to increase community volunteering and limit large student crowds. Nexus File Photo
Halloween weekend in Isla Vista has traditionally seen an influx in out-of-town visitors, but UCSB administration and local law 
enforcement have launched several alternative programs to increase community volunteering and limit large student crowds. Nexus File Photo

Law Enforcement Down 30 Percent for Halloween

Over 250 officers were stationed in Isla Vista last year, but community efforts to “keep things local” have convinced local police to cut down.
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