Starting May 9, most of the parking along Hudson Road will be closed until Fall 2016. In order to accommodate all the planned summer activities, including new student orientation, we are designating the South Art Lot as overflow and overnight parking. See Map/Read More.
Welcome to the Department of Public Safety web site. I hope the information we provide to you on this site is helpful and easy to navigate.
This site is designed to provide students, faculty, staff, and visitors with information regarding a number of topics including crime prevention, personal and property protection, parking information and a review of the services offered through our department.
The Department of Public Safety has two divisions, Police and Parking Services. We have 18 sworn police officers. We have officers on duty 24-hours a day seven days a week. These officers are supplemented by our Student Patrol comprised of 15 to 20 students who assist in providing various non-law enforcement services to the campus community.
The Parking Division has four full-time employees and also is supplemented by student staff who provide clerical and parking enforcement duties.
Please take a moment and review the information on this site. If you have suggestions about how this site could be more useful, please e-mail me with your suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact the university police by phone, fax, or U.S.mail/campus mail. Walk-in visits are also welcome during normal business hours.
The University Of Northern Iowa Department Of Public Safety Police Division is the official law enforcement authority for the university. Learn more about who we are and what we do.
The answer to one of the most common questions at the University of Northern Iowa, "Where can I park?" Find information about permits, parking lots, and penalties.
Phone: (319) 273-3179 or (319) 273-7093
Resources can be found here on the prevention and reporting of incidents of sexual assault, as well as information on counseling services and other programs to help assist you.
It is the policy of the University of Northern Iowa and the Board of Regents to provide for a drug free workplace and learning environment for students and employees.