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It’s important to know what safety tools and resources are available on campus. IUPD has several tips to help you stay safe and have peace of mind.
There have been more than 100 confirmed cases of monkeypox in Indiana and thousands more across the United States since May.
IU Bloomington Public Safety Advisory - Blackmail/Extortion/Sexual Exploitation
Protecting your vehicle from catalytic converter theft
It’s officially winter, and Protect IU has safety tips for driving in the snow as well as what you should have in an emergency kit.
IUPD cadets prepare to support Indiana residents with substance use disorder
Listening sessions about the Indiana University Police Department on April 28
Get updates on commencement COVID-19 testing protocols, 457(b) distributions, State of the University and more.
Honoring IUPD dispatchers during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week
Public Safety Advisory - Phishing Scam including Fraud - April 6, 2021
Responding to mental health or substance-use concerns, whether on the job or at home, can be tough. A new course addresses these issues.
Debbi Fletcher named university director of Emergency Management and Continuity
Brad Seifers named deputy superintendent at IUPD
After protecting and serving IUPUI in six different decades, Bill Abston is calling it a career.
Chancellor Paydar joined campus leaders to discuss health-related topics and the academic calendar.
How might you handle awkward COVID-19 safety situations or conversations with roommates, friends or strangers? Three faculty offer advice.
Get some tips for keeping your circle healthy and safe during the holiday weekend.
Staff, faculty and students must hold each other accountable and report violations of IU’s health and safety guidelines.
Public Safety Advisory - Coronavirus - Aug. 27, 2020
The IUPUI shuttle bus system has added new sanitization procedures to ensure the safety and health of its passengers and drivers.
A more aggressive cleaning regimen coupled with new resources for physical distancing will be used at the start of the fall 2020 semester.
To ensure safety for the IU community, buses will implement new sanitization procedures and additional services to riders and drivers.
Officers at Bloomington, IUPUI and IU Northwest are using the cameras as part of IUPD’s commitment to professionalism and transparency.
Make sure these items are on your back-to-school packing lists, as recommended by IU medical and residential life experts.