Crime Involving Violence
Examples include but are not limited to: Assault (physically attacking someone), fighting or conduct that could result in injury, and incitement (deliberately encouraging violence or crime).
If you see a life-threatening or emergency situation, call 911 or campus police at 317-274-7911
Property Crime, Theft or Damage to Property
Examples include but are not limited to: burglary (entering into a building illegally with intent to commit a crime), theft (stealing; the wrongful taking and carrying away of personal goods or property), damage to property (damage or destruction to house, car, or any other possession), shoplifting (stealing merchandise from a shop), vandalism (deliberately damaging or destroying things, especially public property), and arson (attempting to or intentionally starting a fire). Property crimes may involve force, or threat of force, in cases like robbery and are high-volume crimes with cash, cell phones, electronics, and jewelry often targeted.
If you see a crime in progress, call 911 or campus police at 317-274-7911
Bias incidents include any act of discrimination or harassment that demonstrate bias (prejudice) against persons because of, but not necessarily limited to, their actual or perceived race, color, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, and disability, and can include, but are not limited to, name-calling, stereotyping, belittling, or excluding others based on their identity.
If you are in imminent danger or require immediate assistance call campus police at 317-274-7911.
Sexual misconduct is a broad term that encompasses a range of behaviors including domestic violence, dating violence, rape, stalking, sexual exploitation, sexual harassment (unwelcome conduct or behavior or a sexual nature), and sexual violence (physical sexual acts perpetrated against a person’s will or when a person is incapable of giving consent due to use of drugs or alcohol, or due to an intellectual disability, or other disability). Sexual violence includes sexual assault.
If you are in imminent and immediate danger call 911.
Report sexual misconduct to campus police at 317-274-7911.
For free, confidential counseling 24/7/365 call the National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-656-HOPE (4673).
Students: To report any form of sexual misconduct call the IUPUI Office of Student Conduct at 317-274-4431.
Faculty and Staff: To report any form of sexual misconduct call the Office of Equal Opportunity at 317-274-2306
Malfunctioning Traffic Light or Pedestrian Signal
Faculty, staff, students, and visitors are encouraged to report a malfunctioning traffic light or pedestrian signal to ensure the safety of the campus community. Be prepared to give the location of the malfunctioning equipment.
Report a malfunctioning traffic light or pedestrian signal to campus police at 317-274-7911.
Unsafe or Erratic Driving
To ensure the safety of the campus community, it’s important to report unsafe or erratic drivers on campus. Unsafe or erratic driving includes texting while driving, drunk or drowsy driving, aggressive driving (such as speeding, tailgating, abruptly changing lanes, ignoring traffic signals, or pedestrian right of way), or careless driving. Be prepared to give a description of the vehicle and the location of travel.
If you see an unsafe or erratic driver, call 911 or campus police at 317-274-7911
Urban college campuses can attract panhandlers (people asking for money in a public space, also known as solicitors). Anyone who is approached by a panhandler asking for money should say “no,” keep walking and call campus police to report the incident. Be prepared to give descriptive information to help police identify and find the panhandler.
Maintenance or Grounds Issue
Faculty, staff, students, and visitors may submit a request for any maintenance or service needs for IUPUI buildings (excluding student housing) or grounds. Services include, but are not limited to, litter, hardscape repairs, tree limb and snow removal, pest control, turf management, fence repairs, ceiling tile issues, wiring, fixtures, and classroom, restroom and common area repair.
Students with an emergency maintenance issue in their housing unit (including no heat, power outage, flooding, vandalism that requires the securing of an area, windows completely broken out, alarms associated with fires or other disasters) must contact the resident advisor on duty:
- Ball Residence Hall: 317-414-9383
- North Hall: 317-612-7056
- Riverwalk Apartments & Townhomes: 317-414-9825 or 317-414-2357
- University Tower: 317-414-9929
For all other student housing maintenance issues, submit a work order.