The Division of Student Affairs held their Steve and Sandi Adams Legacy Hall of Fame ceremony on Friday, April 12.
University Police are gearing up for RITE training, which walks participants through the process of recognizing and understanding bias and the emotions that may surface during a call.
The University Police Department and Emergency Management are offering one-hour active shooter/aggressor training classes throughout the spring 2019 semester.
Get to know this month’s spotlight, Aaron Woodruff, chief of police for Illinois State University.
The Illinois State University Police Department is encouraging members of the general public to contribute comments while a law enforcement team examines the department’s policies, procedures, operations and management.
The Illinois State University Police Department recently joined with the Prairie Pride Coalition to host a community awareness training for leaders to help engage and build partnerships.
As a student employee for the Emergency Management department and an intern for University Police, junior public relations major Ryan Friel sees a different side of Illinois State University than most students.
The Illinois State University Police Department and Emergency Management are providing training sessions on how to prepare for and respond to active shooter and active aggressor situations.
The Illinois Heart & Lung Foundation (IHLF) recently donated an automated external defibrillator unit to the Illinois State University Police Department. The donation is part of the Foundation’s efforts to supply the units to first responders in McLean County.
Finding opportunities for positive interactions is key to the relationship, said University Chief of Police Aaron Woodruff.