Support graduates of the IU Police Academy in their new roles as fully sworn part-time officers by making your donation today!
The Indiana University Police Department is raising funds for the Tim Lewis Memorial Fund, established in 2004, to support cadets in the IU Police Academy as they prepare for their roles as fully sworn part-time IUPD officers on their respective IU campuses.
One way the fund can help support cadets is to help fulfill equipment and training needs of cadets. From ballistic vests and duty belts to tactical training bags, the cost of fully equipping officers can exceed $2,000, with cadets having to assume a portion of this financial burden. Your donation today will help ensure that cadets receive the high quality education, training, and other support to practice, learn and work safely.
The unique IU Police Academy is a satellite academy of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy and the only such academy offered at a university. It graduated its first class in 1972, with graduates working at all levels of law enforcement, including the U.S. Secret Service, FBI and U.S. Marshall's Office, state police, and municipal police departments. Graduates, who earned various academic degrees from IU (criminal justice, informatics, law, public affairs, business, among others) also work as attorneys and in other fields.
More about the IU Police Academy (https://protect.iu.edu/police-safety/iu-police/academy.html)
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