Update on Incident in Leonard Hall; Individuals Have Been Identified

 IUP Police have identified the individuals who left the note and bullet in Jane Leonard Hall this morning. These individuals, who are currently enrolled students, are cooperating with IUP Police and confirm that their actions were not intended as a threat to any person or persons. The investigation is ongoing.

Classes and events are continuing as scheduled. Students who need support because of this incident may call the IUP Counseling Center at 724-357-2621.

Counselors are available for crisis appointments and consultation and to offer guidance and support during difficult times. After traditional business hours, students can contact the Armstrong-Indiana 24-hour Crisis Line at 877-333-2470 for support.

Update: Oct. 8 Off-Campus Shooting

Pennsylvania State Police: Troop A Major Case Team Investigating Mass Shooting in Indiana County (10-8)

Update: Troop A Major Case Team Continues to Investigate Shooting in Indiana County (10-9)

Troopers Provide Update on Shooting Investigation (10-11)

 

Rewards Offered from Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms

Do you know anything? The PA Crime Stoppers is offering a $10,000 reward for information that solves this case. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms is also offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the identification and prosecution of the individuals responsible for this shooting.

Annual Security, Fire Safety, and Hazing Reports

The IUP Annual Security Report and Fire Safety Report provides crime and fire statistics representing calendar years 2020, 2021, and 2022. The Hazing Report provides information on hazing incidents on campus.

News Releases: Daily Crime Log

The Daily Crime Log contains crimes that have been reported to the University Police Department.

Emergency Plan

Learn about what to do in an emergency and register to be notified about emergencies.

IUP Police Department Issues Statement on Anti-Racism and Discrimination

The IUP Department of Public Safety and University Police stands firmly against racism and discrimination of any kind, and we do not tolerate acts of racial violence or other forms of hate and oppression in our community or in our department.

Anonymous Reporting Form

Provide information to IUP Police about on-campus crime or suspicious activity.

 

News

Homeless Veterans Stocking Project

It’s a Wonderful Life holiday cheer has spread to the IUP Police Department this winter! Stop by our lobby, check out our holiday décor, and drop off a donation for the Homeless Heroes Stocking Project.

Information for Students: Support Following the Oct. 8, 2023, Off-campus Incident

As part of the investigation by Pennsylvania State Police about the October 8 violence at the Chevy Chase Community Center, persons in attendance at the event may have been required to turn over personal items, including cellphones, to police; or, in the confusion of the event and leaving the community center, you may have left personal items at the scene.

IUP Police Donates to Food Pantry

The IUP Police Department was proud to donate items to the Food Pantry on campus in preparation for welcoming students for the fall semester.

Honoring National Purple Heart Day

August 7 is Purple Heart Day. The IUP Public Safety Department wants to thank our veterans and their families for their sacrifices for our freedom.

IUP Public Safety Department Participates in National Night Out

The IUP Public Safety Department participated in National Night Out on August 1, 2023, at IRMC Park.