The University Director of Public Safety, Jerry Minger swore in new IU Kokomo campus police Chief Wayne James on Friday November 22, 2014 on the Kokomo campus.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Indiana University Director of Public Safety Jerry Minger and IU Bloomington Provost Lauren Robel have announced the appointment of Laury Flint as campus police chief at the Indiana University Police Department Bloomington. She began serving in the position Nov. 1.
Flint, 53, began her career as a student in the IU Police Academy in 1980. She has subsequently served as a patrol officer, uniform sergeant, uniform lieutenant, deputy chief of police and, more recently, interim police chief, all on the Bloomington campus.
Thanks to everyone who participated in the Beyond the Badge 5k.
If someone needs medical assistance and you are in a position to help them, you have a duty to do so.
The Lifeline Law is there to provide immunity for some alcohol-related offenses, subject to certain conditions, to people who request medical assistance for someone in need or receive medical assistance due to a request by someone else.
About the Lifeline Law:
Indiana University campuses around the state will add new cadet officers to their IU Police Department ranks after the IU Police Academy presented badges to 38 members of its 42nd class. Graduation ceremonies took place Aug. 10 in the Indiana Memorial Union's Alumni Hall in Bloomington.
The graduating cadet officers were selected from nearly 100 applicants and represent six IU campuses, the most in the academy's history. The new grads will join IU Police Departments on their home campuses this fall.
Goodbye, school! Hello, world! IUEMC loves commencement season! Did you know that 18,828 students are eligible to participate in ceremonies on IU campuses across the state? Or that one quarter of this year’s grads are first-generation college students? Or that our grads come from every county in Indiana, every state in the U.S. -- including the District of Columbia -- and 127 countries? Celebrate our amazing graduates, their diversity and achievement…and be safe. If you SEE something, SAY something.
Personal Safety – It’s All About YOU!
When we consider risks to our personal safety, crossing the street usually doesn’t make the top ten lis