The Department of Public Safety offers a number of services to help educate students, faculty, and staff as well as keep the community as safe as possible.
The following are a list of the services offered:
Blue emergency phones are scattered around campus to ensure the safety of community members, especially during the night.
We continually strive to offer the UI Community a diverse range of short courses to promote safety and personal responsibility. Click the link above to view each course and description. Signing up only takes a couple minutes.
Nite Ride is a safe means of transportation for women only run by the University of Iowa Police Department. Click above to learn more about this service.
Project UV is the marking system implemented recently by the UI Police to help students identify their valuables.
Project ID is a registry for students’ valuables. This free service provides security for students’ belongings and increases the likelihood of finding a stolen or lost product.
Need police or security services for an important event? Click above to find out more information and pricing.
In order to promote a campus that is safe, the goal of TAT is to provide an integrated and coordinated process for identifying and responding to students, faculty, staff and other individuals who may be at risk of harming themselves or others.