Administrative Electronic Surveillance

Important: This is a PROPOSED policy currently going through the official policy administration process. If you have feedback, please use the Policy Feedback Process administered by the Office of the Vice President for University Regional Affiars, Planning, and Policy.

This policy applies to all electronic surveillance systems deployed for public safety, security, public convenience, or operational effectiveness purposes (“administrative surveillance systems”) that monitor or record Indiana University facilities and/or community members using those facilities, regardless of system ownership or owner’s affiliation with the university.

University personnel and units install and operate electronic surveillance systems for public safety, security, public convenience, and operational effectiveness purposes.  These systems must be deployed and managed in accordance with applicable privacy laws and the philosophies and values of Indiana University.

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