USC actually has one of the best records for providing scholarships to students from lower-income households and programs that support their surrounding south-LA communities. There's dozens of initiatives USC operates that not only work to better their local neighborhoods but also to recruit students from cities like Compton. USC runs a wide range of philanthropic programs like the "School for Early Childhood Education," the "Minority Business Development Agency," the "Joint Educational Project" Service Learning, the "Neighborhood Academic Initiative" and even a "Mobile Dental Van" (among several others).
Police will be police. Their actions do not represent those of the university. USC is a beacon for equity at a top-tier institution, and they're constantly striving to do more.
Disclaimer: I go to UCLA.