What do Spiderman and newly discovered World War II propaganda have to do with policing? Executive Vice President for University Academic Affairs John Applegate brings it together for graduates of the IU Police Academy.
With the school year beginning soon on IU’s campuses, the Indiana University Police Department wants to remind students to get in the habit of locking doors and windows.
This past weekend, hundreds of family members, friends, and highly respected officials gathered in the Indiana Memorial Union’s Alumni Hall to watch the 2015 IU Police Academy cadets be officially sworn in as police officers. Cadets from every IU campus walked across the stage and took the oath that solidified their new status, while IU Police Department chiefs from across the state watched.
David Ray had choices as he drove along the Indiana 45/46 bypass in Bloomington late one night in June. As he approached debris from a head-on collision, the 18-year-old Bloomington High School North grad (part of IU’s freshman class) stopped his car and started running through the rain.