Life Safety

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  • IU Bloomington

    IU Affirmative Action resources for Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action policies and procedures, including sexual harassment.

    IU Health Center's Sexual Assault Crisis Services

    IU Police Department full-service law enforcement agency focused on safety and security.

    Middleway House safe housing, community resources, counseling, legal advocates, and support groups.

    Monroe County Victims Assistance Program seeks to empower crime victims by providing information to help understand the workings of the criminal justice system.

    Motorist Assistance provides help with dead batteries, vehicle lockouts or empty gas tanks.

    Protective Order Project helps victims of domestic abuse obtain civil protective orders from the court.

    Safety Escort for IU students and staff.

    Stop Sexual Violence: Programs and organizations at IU Bloomington.

  • IUPUI

    Office of Equal Opportunity assists the campus to eliminate barriers that inhibit individuals and groups from attaining equal access to employment and education.

    IUPUI Police Department is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  IUPUI PD provides a variety of resources, programs and information sources to protect personal well being and peace of mind.

    IUPUI Emergency & Courtesy Services

    IUPUI Police Safewalk Escort program call (317) 274-7223 (SAFE).

    If You Are a Victim - IUPUI Sexual Assault Prevention Intervention & Response.

    The Domestic Violence Network of Greater Indianapolis call (317) 926-4357.

    The Julian Center provides a safe, secure place to escape from a dangerous situation involving domestic or sexual violence. Call (317) 920-9320.

    Coburn Place offers supportive services and housing options to survivors of partner violence.

    Protective Order helps victims of domestic abuse obtain civil protective orders from the court. Crime Victim Assistance Unit.

    Stop Sexual Violence - programs and organizations at IUPUI.

  • IU East

    Office of Affirmative Action assist individuals who believes that he or she has been discriminated against or harassed on the basis of age, color, disability, ethnicity, gender, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

    IU East Police Department provides a safe and secure environment for all students, faculty, staff and visitors.

    IU East Police Vehicle Assistance and Walking Escorts

    Safety at IU East

    Genesis of Richmond, Inc. is dedicated to serving victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.

    Protective Orders - Petition for an Order of Protection can be completed at the Wayne County Clerk’s Office, 301 East Main Street, Richmond, IN 47374-4200. Call (765) 973-9220 for more information. For Victims Assistance call (765) 973-9394

    Stop Sexual Violence - programs at IU East.

  • IU Kokomo

    Office of Affirmative Action assists with taking action to overcome the discriminatory effects of traditional policies and procedures with regard to the disabled, minorities, women, and veterans. 

    IUPD-Kokomo is committed to providing excellent services to the campus community.

    Family Service Association provides a crisis shelter for individuals who are seeking safety from violence. Call the 24 hour crisis hotline at 1-877-482-4222 or (765) 868-3154. 

    Petitions for an Order of Protection can be completed at the Howard County Clerk’s Office, 104 North Buckeye, Kokomo, IN 46901. Call (765) 456-2004 for more information. For Victims Assistance call (765) 459-5101.

    Stop Sexual Violence - programs at IU Kokomo

  • IU Northwest

    Office of Affirmative Action assists with taking action to overcome the discriminatory effects of traditional policies and procedures with regard to the disabled, minorities, women, and veterans.

    IU Northwest Police Department (IUNPD) serves and protects the campus community and its students, faculty, staff, visitors, and neighbors.

    IUNPD vehicle assistance, campus escorts, and campus facilities access.

    Stop Sexual Violence - programs at IU Northwest.

    Petitions for an Order of Protection can be completed at the Lake County Clerk’s Office, 2293 N. Main Street, Courts Building 1st Floor, Crown Point, IN 46307. Call (219) 755-3465 for more information.

  • IU South Bend

    Affirmative Action Office works to prevent harassment, discrimination and retaliation as well as assure provision of reasonable accommodations for disability and religion.

    IU South Bend Police provides 24 hour safety services to the IU South Bend community. Call (574) 520-4872.

    Victim Services assures that all victims of crime receive compassionate advocacy. Prosecuting Attorney Office, 227 W. Jefferson Boulevard, 10th Floor, South Bend, IN 46601. Call (574) 235-9544 for more information.

    Petitions for an Order of Protection can be completed at the St. Joseph County Clerk's Office, 101 S. Main Street, Basement of Court House, South Bend, IN 46601. Call (574) 235-3465 for more information.

    Family Justice Center St. Joseph County provides services to victims regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, beliefs or economic status. Call (574) 234-6900 for more information.

    YWCA North Central Indiana provides emergency, legal, counseling, housing and children services for individuals leaving domestic violence situations. Call the 24-hour crisis line at 1-866-YES-YWCA (937-9922).

    Stop Sexual Violence - programs at IU South Bend.

  • IU Southeast

    Office of Equity and Diversity supports students, faculty and staff by maintaining a discrimination and harassment free environment and encouraging the value of diversity throughout the campus and community.

    IU Southeast Police Department is available 24-hours a day for emergency assistance. Call (812) 941-2400. Additional services include vehicle assistance and more.

    Petitions for an Order of Protection can be completed at the Floyd County Clerk’s Office, 311 Hauss Square, Suite 235, New Albany, IN 47150. Call (812) 948-5411 for assistance.

    Center for Women and Families provides trauma-informed advocacy and support for all qualified individuals, families and communities affected by intimate partner and sexual assault, regardless of race, color, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, religion, age, disability, immigration status, or language proficiency. Call the 24 hour crisis line at 1-844-237-2331.

    Stop Sexual Violence - programs at IU Southeast.

    Victim and Witness Services for Floyd County, Clark County, or Louisville.

  • IUPUC

    Office of Equal Opportunity assists the campus to eliminate barriers that inhibit individuals and groups from attaining equal access to employment and education.

    Indiana University Police Department at IUPUC can be contacted for non-emergencies at (812)348-7388. Monday-Friday after 5 pm call (812) 348-7233.

    Turning Point Domestic Violence Services' mission is to work toward the prevention and elimination of domestic and dating violence. Call the 24 hour crisis/helpline at 1-800-221-6311.

    Petitions for an Order of Protection can be completed at the Bartholomew County Clerk of Courts Office, 234 Washington Street Columbus, IN 47202. Call (812) 379-5364 for more information.

    Stop Sexual Violence - programs at IUPUC.

  • IU Fort Wayne

    Reporting Sexual Misconduct call (260) 481-6827 for non-emergency assistance.

    University Police Department campus escort services call (260) 481-6827.

    Campus vehicle assistance and more.

    The Center for Nonviolence provides education, support, and advocacy to end domestic and other forms of violence. Call 1-800-799-7233 for assistance.

    Petitions for an Order of Protection can be completed at the Allen County Clerk of Courts Office, 715 S. Calhoun St, Room 200A, Fort Wayne, IN 46802. Call (260) 449-3683 for more information.

    Vincent Village, Inc. serves homeless families with children. It is the only transitional shelter in Allen County serving two-parent as well as single-male headed families. Call (260) 456-4172 for more information.

    Victim Rights and Assistance provides comprehensive crime victive services to the City of Fort Wayne and surrounding communities. Call (260)427-1205 for more information.