The Indiana University Police Department: To Protect and Serve
The Indiana University Police Department (IUPD) is an integral and valuable asset of every campus at Indiana University. Whether managing a crisis, creating programs to address social justice, prejudice, and discrimination issues, or improving traffic and pedestrian safety, the individuals of the IUPD are committed to serving as a partner for IU’s campus communities.
- Signing the “30x30 Pledge,” which represents a commitment to the national organization’s goal of increasing the number of female officers at each participating agency to 30 percent by 2030.
- Appointing Tricia Edwards as Chief Diversity Officer for IUPD. In this role, she focuses on implementing strategies to increase IUPD’s diversity university-wide, as detailed in the 2021 Policy, Hiring, and Training Review Commission report.
- Advancing the work of the Chief Diversity Officer Council. This includes developing strategies to increase and maintain diversity in all IUPD divisions that work with the Office of Institutional Equity, as well as to ensure IUPD applicant pools and final hiring practices are equitable.