Alcohol and Drugs

The topics of Alcohol and Drugs are taken very seriously by the IU Police Department. We offer several programs to address these issues as well as others. We offer highly trained officers to speak to you and your group. For more information on these programs and others, contact your campus IUPD.

The IU Police Depatment is proactive in its efforts to combat the illegal use of alcohol and drugs. Our strategy is a two pronged effort: Education and Enforcement. Students are held accountable for their actions through the IU Judicial Systems as well as the Laws of Indiana.

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