The Indiana School for the Deaf Campus Police Department became a State certified Police Department in 1976. Since the start of the Campus Police Department, all of the officers have had to attend the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy. The Academy is 16 weeks long and is the same academy that the Indiana State Police and all police officers attend. ISD's Enter your text here...Campus Police provide safety and police services to the Indiana School for the Deaf community 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Campus Police provide security for all of the 21 buildings, 80 Acres, 340 plus students, and 250 plus employees on campus.
The Indiana School for the Deaf strives to be the premier comprehensive center providing education, services and resources for Deaf and Hard of Hearing children, their families, and educational partners.
Philosophy. To safeguard freedom by preserving life and property, protecting the constitutional rights of individuals, maintaining order and encouraging respect for the rule of law by the proper enforcement thereof.
To earn the respect of all individuals by maintaining a knowledgeable, responsive, well-trained and accountable work force that discharges their duties and responsibilities with evidence of fairness, tolerance and equality.
To provide full police service to the public by upholding the Constitution of the United States and the State of Indiana. By effectively and indiscriminately enforcing the law; by rendering assistance to the public whenever and wherever necessary; by cooperating with other law enforcement agencies in the reduction of unlawful activity; by furnishing assistance and information within Office guidelines to other governmental and civic bodies; and, within limits of available resources, by responding to all requests for police service in the most professional manner.